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Stunning Gold-Colored Galaxy S23 Ua Concept Appears

Earlier this month, Technizo Concept shared a video showing the Galaxy S23 Ua concept design. In that video, only the white-colored phone was shown. Well, the designer just released a new video, showing the gold-colored Galaxy S23 Ua concept device, and it looks great.

Gold-colored Galaxy S23 Ua concept design appears

You can check out that video and some images below the article, by the way. This color choice seems quite interesting, it’s darker than you’d see on most gold-colored devices out there, and it suits this design perfectly.

Just to be clear, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ua didn’t really surface yet, so this design comes from the designer’s imagination, it’s not based on leaks or anything of the sort. It does look good, though.

As you can see, the phone features flat top and bottom sides, and extremely curved sides, which are proportional. This form factor is clearly inspired by the Galaxy S22 Ua.

There are four cameras included on the back, led by a 200-megapixel main unit. Samsung’s logo is included on the back, while all the physical buttons are placed on the right side. You also get to see the S Pen stylus here.

The display has a rather noticeable curve

The display is curved, and a centered display camera hole is a part of the package. That panel actually features a rather noticeable curve on this concept smartphone, as you can see in the provided images.

The designer also envisioned the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC for the device, and that’s almost certainly the chip the real deal will use once it launches. Speaking of which, the Galaxy S23 Ua is expected to arrive in the first quarter of next year.

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We’ll likely see plenty of different concept designs before the phone launches. Some of the later ones will likely be inspired by the leaks, so they may end up being quite accurate.

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