Samsung S23 Series Promo Images Leaked Ahead of Launch

More leaks and information regarding S23 series surafces!

The Samsung S23 series has been the talk of the town since the earliest rumors of the series surfaced online. After the official specifications and the colors of the series were recently revealed, we now have some more valuable information.

A few new images that look as near to official as it gets gives us a peak at the series of devices. The visuals (courtesy of SnoopyTech) show the complete design of the models, confirming the previous leaked designs for all of the series.

Other pictures also revealed that Samsung plans to launch alongside this series of bands for their brand new Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series, which will match the phone’s colors. This feature will surely add value to the launch event.

A promotional offer for the series limited for Europe allows users to get an upgraded storage variant for all the series devices, given that they pre-order the devices from 1st to 16th February.

Such information early before the series’ official launch excites the users planning to purchase the device. Let’s hope that Samsung is successful in living up to people’s expectations and delivers the best android phone money can buy.

In the comments, let us know your thoughts regarding this series and your plans about purchasing any of the phones.

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