View the Galaxy S22 and S23 side by side.

Recent leaks of CAD-based renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 have been made. These photos provided us our first glimpse of the two phones, which will soon undergo a slight facelift. We can now compare the Galaxy S22 and S23 side by side according to a reputable source.

Galaxy S22 and S23 are placed side by side. You can notice the two gadgets if you look at the image that appears below this sentence. Naturally, Ice Universe grabbed the recently revealed Galaxy S23 CAD-based render and positioned it next to the Galaxy S22 so you could better see the differences. However, keep in mind that the Galaxy S23’s buttons are on the incorrect side, so don’t be confused by that.

Advertisement The two devices have remarkably similar frontal appearances. The bezels’ thicknesses might differ slightly, however this isn’t always the case. It’s possible that my confusion is caused by the silver frame on the Galaxy S22 in this shot.

Both of them share the same general shape and location for the display camera hole. Here, the Galaxy S23 does appear to be slightly wider and taller. According to the preliminary data, it will be narrower and taller by less than a millimeter.

THE BACK OF THE TWO PHONES SHOW ONE KEY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM But the rear is where you can really tell the difference. Like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the Galaxy S22 uses a back camera design. Its camera sensors do not form a single camera island; rather, they each protrude from the backplate separately. For the Galaxy S22, the situation is exactly the opposite.

Advertisement Like its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 will be constructed of metal and glass. These two are remarkably identical, save for the distinction in the layout of the camera on the back.

In the first quarter of 2019, the Galaxy S23 is anticipated to debut alongside the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra. The launch date hasn’t been finalized, so there’s always a chance that Samsung will change its mind. January is still months away, so be prepared for a lot more rumors and leaks.


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