Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra gets four new colors as retailer leaks tempting pre-order gift for early Galaxy S23 buyers

Back in December there was a Galaxy S23 accessories leak that detailed the supposed colors of the S Pen: cream, green, lavender, and phantom black. This obviously led to the conclusion that these would also be the official introductory colors for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. However, it appears there will be four new colors for buyers to choose from, although they will be offered in “lower volume” compared to the main colors listed above. The official marketing names for the main colors are allegedly Cotton Flower, Misty Lilac, Botanic Green, and Phantom Black.

Display specialist Ross Young has revealed the other four Galaxy S23 Ultra colors: gray, light blue, light green, and red. He lists the currently expected colors as beige, black, green, and light pink, with there already being some discussion about how the beige/cream and light pink/lavender/lilac color options will look. As pointed out by a commenter, the red choice for the S23 Ultra might be something of a double-edged sword as it certainly looks suspiciously orange-like on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which also has Graphite (gray) and Sky Blue options.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in some or all of its wide choice of colors will be officially launched at the Unpacked event, which has also been recently leaked. An Estonian retailer is offering a set of Galaxy Buds2 Pro earbuds for those early pre-ordering customers who go on to actually purchase a qualifying smartphone, which is presumably any model from the Galaxy S23 series. It’s not clear if this is the retailer’s own initiative or Samsung’s, but the promotional material does suggest it might be from the manufacturer. So, there might be a not-too-shabby sweetener incoming for those willing to pay the high price to own a new Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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