Recent rumors released by insider Ice Universe suggest that Samsung may launch the Galaxy S23 Series line sooner than expected thanks to rapid advances in the development of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is expected to power the South Korean giant’s most advanced models in the world. next year.
According to new leaks, the Ultra variant (SM-S9180) should not bring any noticeable changes in design and construction over its predecessor, keeping the 6.8-inch screen and triple rear camera set. Despite sharing some characteristics of its older “brother”, speculation points to small news in the future flagship.
According to renderings, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have wider dimensions compared to the S22 Ultra coming in at 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8 mm and slim bezels. One of the highlights of the company’s next flagship will be the display, a component that should receive improvements in HDR mode, higher brightness level, more color gamut accuracy and greater resistance.
Ahead, the leakers reinforce that the arrangement of the volume and power buttons must remain in the same position, as well as the USB Type-C input for charging. The photo sensor module at the rear should not change, continuing vertically almost identically to the S22 Ultra.
Moving on to the internal hardware, the expectation is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come equipped not only with the SoC SD 8 Gen 2, but also with other state-of-the-art components, including a main camera with a 200 MP sensor that should receive improvements in the OneUI image post-processing.
Finally, the S23 Ultra should have fast charging of only 25W against 45W of its predecessor, a downgrade that points to the possibility of the manufacturer introducing a battery with more than 5,000 mAh capacity. Details on availability and pricing remain unknown.
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