For the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung has big plans, including a live launch event and a global Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra are said to be coming out of the company sometime in February 2023, but a tipster has just shown images of dummy units.
The real-life images of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra smartphones through their dummy units thanks to tipster @slashleaks (1, 2, 3). As can be seen in the earlier renders, each of these gadgets has a camera module that looks like the S22 Ultra but has its sensors.
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The S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra, the three upcoming smartphones, are now available in White and Black as dummy models.
The Ultra model has a compartment just for the S Pen on the bottom, and even though it has a 200MP sensor, the lenses stay where they are. Dummy units are produced by smartphone manufacturers and third-party vendors so that customers can feel the device before purchasing it because the box cannot be opened.
You can use a variety of smartphones as demo models in authorized Samsung stores; however, dummy units are a significantly less expensive alternative.
Dummy mobile phone units typically share the same dimensions, weight, and design as the real thing. Similar to what we’ve seen and heard about Samsung’s upcoming flagship phones, the dummy models of the Galaxy S23 series demonstrate the same features.
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