Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Official Cases and Accessories Leaked Ahead of February 1 Unpacked Event

Samsung will offer multiple case options, including those with clear TPU covers, smart view covers, and faux leather covers.

  1. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series will debut soon in India.
  2. The company will also launch multiple cases and covers for its new flagship phones.
  3. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the most premium offering in the lineup.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series is set to launch on February 1. The company is expected to launch the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra. A lot about the new Samsung Galaxy S-series smartphones have leaked online. Samsung is likely to make some incremental upgrades this year. The S23 Ultra is said to get some key upgrades this year. The S23 and S23 Plus are likely to get minor design changes as well.

Adding to the flood of leaks is a new one from WinFuture. The report has uploaded images of the official accessories of the Galaxy S23 series, which include screen protectors, cases, etc. The leaked details reveal that Samsung will offer multiple case options, including those with clear TPU covers, smart view covers, and faux leather covers. The cases should help protect the phone’s outer shell from dust and drops. At the same time, users can also apply the case to ensure that the phone does not wobble on any flat surface due to the protruding camera rings.

There will be a few case options with a ring handle on the back. These cases could be used as a kickstand for watching content while resting the phone on a surface or simply for added grip.

Other details about the Galaxy S23 series have leaked as well. The devices will feature some premium hardware. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 series specifications, features and other details.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series: Specifications and Features

Starting with the top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, the phone will feature a quad-camera setup. The device is expected to feature the new 200MP ISOCELL HP2 primary camera sensor along with a 12MP ultra-wide camera and two 10MP telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom. There will be a 12MP front camera sensor inside the hole-punch cutout of the display.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera Sensor Details Leaked Ahead of February 1 Unpacked Event

The phone will sport a tall 6.8-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The screen is curved and will offer a peak brightness of up to 2200 nits. We also expect the phone to have a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 for added protection against accidental drops and scratches.

The device will pack a 5000mAh battery. It will support 45W fast charging and 15W wireless charging. The Galaxy S23 series will get a custom-tuned Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which will have a peak clock speed of 3.36GHz. The Ultra model will have up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage in various markets.

Moving on to the S23 and S23 Plus, the devices will share the SoC with the Ultra model. The S23 and S23 Plus will also have a triple-camera setup on the back. There will be a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 50MP main camera and a 10MP telephoto sensor. The devices will come with a 12MP front camera as well.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 Plus High-Res Design Images Leaked Ahead of Unpacked Event

All three phones will run Android 13-based One UI 5.0 out of the box. The S23 will have a smaller 6.1-inch Full HD+ display, whereas the Plus-sized variant will have a 6.6-inch 120Hz display. The screen on both devices is flat.

The S23 is said to pack a 3900mAh battery with 25W fast charging support and 15W wireless charging support. The S23 Plus, on the other hand, will pack a 4700mAh battery and offer 45W wired fast charging along with 15W wireless charging.

All three models will have an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. Samsung is already taking pre-bookings of its devices in India. The official pricing and sale date will be announced in the coming days.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Pre-bookings Start in India Ahead of February 1 Launch: What We Know So Far