Samsung Galaxy S23 series have started to surface online. Samsung is expected to launch three premium smartphones in the lineup, namely the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The new Galaxy S23 series phones will debut early next year at the Unpacked event. We are months away from the launch but details of the top-end Galaxy S23 Ultra have started leaking online. The latest leak reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will sport the same camera module design as the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The leak comes from a reliable tipster, who previously leaked the battery and display size of the device as well. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra specifications, features and other details known so far.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Design
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S23 Ultra alongside the standard S23 and S23 Plus at the Unpacked event in January or February 2023. Ahead of the launch, a new leak by tipster Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same camera module design as its predecessor. This means that the S23 Ultra will sport will protruding cutouts for the quad-camera setup and the laser focus.
While the camera module design is likely to remain the same, it is rumoured that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature a new 200MP main camera sensor. Samsung is rumoured to upgrade the main camera from its 108MP sensor to a higher 200MP resolution but the sensor details are not known at the moment. It is likely that Samsung uses the HP1 sensor found in the Moto X30 Pro or might unveil a new one ahead of Unpacked 2023.
We can expect the other three camera sensors to offer the same resolution. This means that the S23 Ultra could feature a 12MP ultrawide camera and two 10MP telephoto camera sensors with up to 100X zoom.
The phone is also said to pack a 5,000mAh battery and come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC under the hood. Samsung will launch the phone with a 6.8-inch display with a 3088 x 1440-pixel resolution. Other details of the phone remain unknown. We will share more information once available.
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