samsungTo announce the Galaxy S smartphone In Unpacked on February 1. Three models will be available, just as last year. For those who need to refresh their memory, the Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra are available. We know a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, including the Galaxy S23 colors. If you are interested in learning more, please visit: Leaked press progressOther rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be launched in the following colors: Phantom Black; Cotton Flower; Misty Lilac; and Botanic Green. These names are not official and may change.
Samsung Galaxy S23 colors – More consistency across models this year
Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S22 series was confusing in terms of color options. The Galaxy S22 and S22Plus are offered in rose gold, graphite, green, phantom black, and phantom white — plus exclusive colors found only with certain carriers and regions: cream, sky blue, and violet. In the meantime, the Samsung Galaxy S22 UltraThey had the three last colors and a burgundy option, as well as regional/carrier options of sky blue, graphite, and red.
Samsung could have other colors, but we believe the four colors we provided will be available on all three Galaxy S23 model.
Samsung’s Phantom Black is back, but it’s not as good as last year’s. This particular shade looks almost grayish, almost muted. You might be disappointed if you prefer a darker shade of black. Perhaps he will shine a little more in the hands-on photos. It’s not a bad colour and is probably one of the best.
This is not the same pure white shade Samsung gave us last Christmas, which was called Phantom White. The new cotton flower’s color choice is creamier than true white. Although rumors had suggested that beige might be an option, it’s possible this was referring only to the cotton flower. Although this shade is slightly lighter than beige, it’s still very close. Bright white is something I really love, especially because it’s very popular among other phone manufacturers.
Misty Lilac can be described as a shade of pink. This is a shade of pink that we’ve seen on a lot more renders and leaked images than the S22. It also appears on all three models. The shade is slightly lighter than the rose-gold option on the S22. It’s very muted and subdued, as we’ve seen with all of the colors. Samsung decided that the S23 series should look more professional and less colorful. Is that a positive thing? It all depends on your personal preference.
I liked the Galaxy S22’s bright green color, but Botanic Green was less appealing to me. I was attracted to the shade’s vibrancy because it was primarily forest green (one my favorites). Botanic Green is a lighter, subtler version of the polish and shine. It’s almost more grayish-green to my eyes. This is the most well-known color. This is the best choice if you want eye-catching color options.
What about exclusive colors? Will the S23 series be available in other colors?
The Galaxy S22 seriesThere were a few unique colors that made it stand out, including a lighter blue and a red with an almost orange-like hue. These models weren’t available in all countries and were often only available by select carriers. We haven’t seen any leaks of these colors with any confidence yet, but we’d be shocked to see Samsung offer more options. Rumours suggest that we may still be able to see Phantom White, and possibly even Rose Gold. Trusted guide Ahmed QweiderWe could see at least a few exclusives from late last year, including Phantom Red.
Are you interested in the Galaxy S23 series? The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is not yet available for purchase, but you can. Reserve the Galaxy S23 nowThere is no obligation. You can reserve a $50 Samsung credit or a $100 credit for your second device.
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