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Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked. After the debut of the Google Pixel 7 series, there are no remaining important announcements. The most recent leak reveals the various color options for Samsung’s Galaxy S23 flagship smartphone series. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Samsung Galaxy S23 render

Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked
Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked

The information was published on Twitter by Ross Young of the DSCC. According to Young, the South Korean tech giant will only offer four color options for its 2023 premium handsets. Based on the tweet, the four color options are Beige, Black, Green, and Light Pink. If this information is accurate, the Galaxy S23 series appears to have restricted color selections.

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For those uninformed, the next generation of high-end smartphones will include top-tier specifications and features such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and enhanced cameras. Plus and Ultra variants of the Galaxy S23 are said to include larger batteries and a front-facing camera with a greater resolution than the standard model. The flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra is also anticipated to include a 200-megapixel primary rear camera. But while we know some information about the interior, we now have more information about the exterior.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra CAD renderings 1

Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked
Samsung Galaxy S23 series all color options are listed as leaked

However, based on these four selections, the new hues appear safe and limited. In contrast, this year’s Galaxy S22 series is available in an extensive range of hues, including Phantom White, Phantom Black, Green, Graphite, Gold, Cream, and Red. The addition of two new hues is therefore something to anticipate, but the lack of more alternatives is somewhat disappointing. Remember that this is still an unconfirmed claim, so take this information with a grain of salt for now.

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