Noteworthy Galaxy S23 Ultra concept video and renderings show Samsung's flat-screened flagship in opulent beige
There has been a lot of talk lately about how the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may look, with many believing it will just be a slight design update from the Galaxy S22 Ultra. One noted leaker has been busy telling everyone that Samsung has made the screen flatter by squaring off the corners and edges, which has concerned some fans who like the S22 Ultra for its curvy looks. However, Technizo Concept has come up with concept renderings of how the Galaxy S23 Ultra may look with its flattened display – and it’s actually quite striking.
It could even be said, in somewhat hushed tones, that this unofficial Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is actually reminiscent of the company’s beloved Galaxy Note series, which would make sense as Samsung has made it clear it wanted to unite the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines together to produce devices such as the massively popular S22 Ultra. Obviously, Samsung’s paid design experts will likely reveal a flagship smartphone that looks incredible, but the content creator here has done a fine job of imagining the S23 Ultra for now.
It could also be argued that the concept Galaxy S23 Ultra has borrowed a page, or at least a paragraph, from Sony’s Xperia design book. Fans of the Xperia line generally love the idiosyncratic look of Sony’s smartphones, with their slim profiles and straight edges, while the rest of the Android world seems to have just plumped for the maxim of the curvier the better. In this glorious concept video with its bombastic soundtrack the S23 Ultra is clad in an ostentatious beige, which is one of the color choices for the current Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.