Although the Galaxy S23 won’t be officially revealed until about two months from now, you can be sure that Samsung will have a ton of accessories and protective cases available for the trio of flagship phones once they go on sale. Some of these upcoming Galaxy S23 official cases details have now been revealed. In addition, one official Galaxy S23 Ultra color may have been revealed in a few leaked images of a new Samsung power bank.
Remember that the list below may need to be completed as we start with the Galaxy S23 series cases and their color options (via @rquandt). The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are compatible with the following accessories:
- Leather Cover: Camel, Black, Green
- Silicone Cover with Strap: Black, White
- Silicone Cover: Khaki, Navy, Cotton, Orange, Violet
- Frame Cover: White, Black
- Clear View Cover: Black, Khaki, Violet, Creme
- Transparent Cover Ultrafine (meaning it will probably have a glittery effect)
The power bank confirms Galaxy S23 Ultra’s color.
In addition to the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+, a few leaked details on the Galaxy S23 Ultra S Pen have confirmed some color options for the upcoming flagship. The S Pen will have four color options: black, green, rose (light pink), and beige.
There is still more information available about the faded hue beige. A new power bank that Samsung has created will be offered in the same Beige color as the Galaxy S23 Ultra. At the very least, the press renders that were leaked below may have provided a rough preview of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s Beige color option.
Although this Samsung power bank has yet to be made available for purchase, the leak indicates that it has the model number EB-P3400, has a capacity of 10,000mAh, and can charge devices at a maximum speed of 25W. Samsung may release this new power bank around the same time as the Galaxy S23 series. However, availability information still needs to be provided.
At a San Francisco Unpacked event in the first week of February, Samsung might reveal the Galaxy S23. The upcoming Unpacked event might be held in person rather than virtually for the first time in a few years.