In addition to the colours that have already been revealed for the forthcoming premium flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will reportedly receive four additional colours. Already anticipated colours for the Galaxy S23 Ultra are lavender, cream, green, and black. An Estonian merchant has also disclosed a respectable registration gift for upcoming Galaxy S23 handset purchasers.
The alleged colours of the S Pen were revealed in a leak of Galaxy S23 accessories from December, and they were cream, green, lavender, and phantom black. This naturally led to the conclusion that these will also serve as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s official debut colours. Even though they will be available in “smaller quantities” than the primary hues mentioned above, it looks that purchasers will have a choice of four new colours. Cotton Flower, Misty Lilac, Botanic Green, and Phantom Black are purportedly the official marketing names for the primary colours.
The remaining four Galaxy S23 Ultra colors—gray, light blue, light green, and red—have been made public by display expert Ross Young. There has already been some discussion about how the beige/cream and light pink/lavender/lilac colour selections would look. He lists the hues that are currently anticipated as being beige, black, green, and light pink. A user noted that the red option for the S23 Ultra might have a double-edged effect because the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which also has Graphite (grey) and Sky Blue options, appears disturbingly orange-like in comparison.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be officially unveiled during the Unpacked event, which has also just been leaked, in some or all of its many available colours. A store in Estonia is giving out a pair of Galaxy Buds2 Pro earphones to early pre-order clients who later buy a qualified smartphone, most likely any model from the Galaxy S23 series. Although the promotional materials imply it may be from Samsung, it is unclear if this is the retailer’s or the manufacturer’s idea. Therefore, people who are willing to pay the exorbitant price to buy a new Galaxy S23 Ultra may soon receive a not too shabby sweetener.