Samsung fans are excited about the companyís upcoming launch of the flagship Galaxy S23 series. The company will once again launch three models Ė the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. There have already been quite a few rumors and leaks concerning these devices.

The leaks have also brought us these devicesí alleged renders and dummy units. Some Galaxy S23 cases have also been leaked online today. They provide us with more design clues about the upcoming flagship handsets.

A few images were leaked online recently which showcased a significant design change for the new series. It appears that Samsung is doing away with the Contour Cut design language which had the rear camera housing blending seamlessly into the metal frame.

The camera lenses will stick out individually from the back panel. Samsung has previously employed similar design elements on the Galaxy A series. Itís obviously a bit more polished on the Galaxy S23 series with the camera cutouts being adorned by metal. This new design language should also contribute to lowering the overall heft of these devices as well.

A handful of images have been posted online by retailer MobileFun that depict several first and third-party cases that will be available for the Galaxy S23, S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. These images reiterate the observations about the design that have already been made in earlier leaks.

Since the launch is only a couple of months away, itís quite unlikely that weíll see a major departure from the design thatís now expected. Samsung is possibly going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series in February next year. Itís not known at this point in time whether the Galaxy S23 will get a virtual launch or a full-fledged Unpacked event.