Spare a thought for the team tasked with trying to keep Samsung Galaxy S23 leaks to a minimum, because something new comes out almost every day now, and the last quick preview we have to share with you is a hands-on video.
Reposted on Twitter by @employee From an Instagram source (via Notebookcheck), it appears as if the video was shot by a retail store in Nicaragua. We get a closer look at the green Ultra model and a clip of the phone’s camera in action.
The hands-on video doesn’t really tell us much that we didn’t already know about the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s successor, but it’s interesting to see the phone in the real world — and it matches the leaked renders. See already.
Galaxy S23 Ultra in green. pic.twitter.com/OEMkAEaKiGJanuary 21, 2023
Choose your color
We can also see images of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in black, green, cream and lavender, the same colors that have previously been published on the web by unofficial sources. In this case, the prior information appears to have been largely correct.
Same source too Post pictures Cream Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which appears to have been sourced from Facebook Marketplace. The phone is apparently making its way to retail stores all over the world, hence the latest batch of leaks.
There’s been a flood of Galaxy S23 leaks in recent weeks, and Samsung doesn’t have much left to reveal. We’ll get our first official look at the new phones, including the Ultra model, at Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event on Wednesday, February 1.
Analysis: Well leaked smartphone
We’re used to reporting leaks about upcoming phones, from the Google Pixel 8 to the Apple iPhone 15 — but even by phone industry standards, a lot of Galaxy S23 information was revealed before launch.
That might rank with Samsung executives: they undoubtedly want to keep as much theft as possible from being stolen until the phone is officially revealed. All of these leaks could dampen the excitement around Samsung’s massive Galaxy S23 launch in February.
On the one hand, it is definitely a sign of interest in the flagship. It’s probably better to have a little more leaks about the phone than not talk about it at all — and that’s the case with plenty of other phones on the market.
The problem is that once a device is in production, rather than being developed in-house, there are a host of third parties involved. This makes it very difficult to keep a lid on everything, as Samsung finds out ahead of its February 1 event.
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