Reliable tipster posts Galaxy S23 renders and they reveal big news for the phone
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Galaxy S23 renders from trusted Sammy tipster bring big news
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Another interesting notion is that the Galaxy S23 would no doubt be the less expensivel of next year’s three Galaxy S23 series phones. So it would appear that even those looking to save some bucks by buying the cheapest model in the line will have a full-screen and an under-display camera. After all, a quick look at the corners on these images and the lack of the S Pen immediately tells you that this is not the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Slightly thinner bezels appear to be on tap for the Galaxy S23
Samsung’s first UDC was found in last year’s Galaxy Z Fold 3
For those who ask why would anyone care what the Galaxy S23 might look like now since the Galaxy S22 has just been shipped, we’d like to point out that purchasing decisions are often made well in advance. If you like what you see on the new model (even though it is a render and is not official by any means), having an idea about what is possible for next year’s phones could help you decide whether to buy the Galaxy S22 now or wait for the Galaxy S23.
Samsung has already mastered the under-display fingerprint scanner with its ultrasonic biometric reader that makes mincemeat out of the optical under-display scanner employed by Google on the Pixel 6 line.
Keep in mind that Samsung is not the first to deliver a phone using an under-display camera. Some Chinese manufacturers (where you will find the latest hardware innovations) such as ZTE have already included this feature with released units. For example, the ZTE Axon 20 5G was the first to place a camera under the glass back in September 2020. And ZTE followed that up by including the under-display camera on the Axon 30 5G.