According to a previous report, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series could arrive earlier than expected. Before that happens, more information about the Galaxy S23 Ultra has surfaced, revealing extremely thin bezels through CAD-based renders.
The previous renders of the device used dark wallpapers, so it was hard to get a clear look at the bezels. However, after an edit, it shows that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would feature thinner bezels compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It’s also said that the bezels are not uniform, with the one on the bottom being the thinnest among all, while the sides are curved.
Furthermore, the source mentions that Galaxy S23 Ultra won’t feature a huge design change and would follow the predecessor’s look. It includes a curved display and a centered display camera hole. Meanwhile, the front and back sides will be proportional, while the top and bottom sides will be flat. Its rear cameras will protrude directly from the phone’s body as well.
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