If you have been following the Samsung Galaxy S23 rumors, one common thread we’ve noticed is that many of the rumors claim that the Galaxy S23 series won’t look too different from its predecessors. It looks like the rumors could be true, thanks to leaked renders from OnLeaks that were created in collaboration with Smartprix.
The phone itself doesn’t look too different from the Galaxy S22+. The main difference in design would be to the cameras on the back of the phone where they now appear to be positioned independently. In the Galaxy S22+, Samsung kind of sectioned it off, but with the Galaxy S23+, there doesn’t appear to be any kind of sectioning involved.
Other than that, the rest of the phone looks more or less identical with the slightly curved edges. It also appears that Samsung could be keeping the hole-punch front-facing camera, which is in line with previous rumors claiming that the company won’t be introducing an in-display front-facing camera just yet.
Other than that, it doesn’t look very remarkable. Is this a bad thing? Yes and no. For those hoping to see a major redesign, we suppose this could be disappointing, but then again, there really isn’t anything wrong with the current design so why fix something that isn’t broken?
Specs wise, we expect the usual bump in hardware in the chipset department, but recent rumors have suggested that other than that, there won’t be any particular major hardware changes which is a bit of a bummer if true.