The Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra are anticipated to be unveiled by Samsung during an event on February 1. As the deadline draws nearer, more information about the devices is starting to surface. We learned today what each model’s distinctive colour will be.
The colour that is most frequently utilised in marketing and promotional materials is the one that is thought of as the hallmark colour. To keep things interesting, a brand-new hue is introduced every year. And in 2023, the Samsung Galaxy S23 is expected to have a distinctive colour that is pink gold with a light gold undertone. The Galaxy S23+ will get pink in 2023, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra will reportedly get a blue colour.
You may anticipate seeing the three models in these specific hues when you see official press photos of them. Of course, Samsung will offer them in a range of colours, but these stand out the most. Naturally, assuming the report is accurate. There are just a few days left until we can confirm.
According to earlier reports, it appears that the S23 trio will share Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra’s design language and include separate rings for each of the back cameras. After a year, when they were distinct, this will converge the visual cues between those on the Ultra and the other two models.
Gorilla Glass Victus+, which has an IP68 rating, could also be expected. Expect to see an enhanced Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor as well as the Snapdragon 8Gen 2 SoC with 8/12GB of RAM and 128/256/512GB of storage. Similar to the iPhone 14 series, satellite connectivity for emergency situations could be this device’s most crucial feature.