Now only a day has left for the South Korean firm Samsung’s upcoming flagship series Galaxy S23’s launch. It will happen tomorrow in San Francisco (Feb 1st) in the Galaxy Unpacked Event 2023. Just ahead of its launch, the famous American multinational AT&T has accidentally revealed the official image of this soon-to-be-launched flagship series. So, let’s take a look at the full report.
Let us tell you that AT&T is a US network provider which serves the locked variants of the respective smartphones. So, the network provider has mistakenly gone live with a promo page for the S23 series. This page offers the official images of the series, with all four color options, key specs, and some features. However, the respective information has been received already, which you can find in our previous articles.
With AT&T’s mistakenly leaked content, it is clearly shown that Samsung has improved the Base and Plus model devices by using eco-friendly materials in them. Both of these devices also have better ‘Nightography’ abilities. The leaked specs have also confirmed the colour choices again, which are Green, Cream, Lavender, and Phantom. Besides it, the dimensions of the Galaxy S23+ device have also been reconfirmed with this leak.
Notably, the Galaxy S23+ device has the dimensions of 5.76 x 2.79 x 0.30 inches, has a 6.6 inches Display, and features a 50MP quality primary camera sensor. Other than this, the S23+’s water resistance, wireless fast charging, and other details have also been mentioned in the leaked specs. Besides the Plus model, if you want, you can check the Base and Ultra model’s specs as well, just by tapping on them.
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