Samsung Galaxy S23 series leaks have started to surface online. The rumour mill has now shifted its focus from the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 to the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. Samsung is expected to launch three flagship smartphones. These include the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. As the name suggests, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the most premium offering in the lineup.
Some details of the Galaxy S23 Ultra have leaked in the past. A new leak has now revealed the display size and the battery specifications of the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra display and battery specifications leaked ahead of its launch.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Specifications Leaked
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature some top-of-the-line hardware available for a flagship Android smartphone launching in 2023. The latest leak by Ice Universe reveals that the phone will pack a 5000 mAh battery under the hood. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will also sport a 6.8-inch display with a 3088 x 1440-pixel resolution. The screen size and the battery capacity are, therefore, the same as the currently available Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Samsung will pack a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC in the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The new SoC will be unveiled at the Snapdragon Summit, which will be hosted in November this year. It was previously also rumoured that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature a 200MP primary camera sensor. Other than the main camera, we can expect the other three sensors to remain the same. This means that the S23 Ultra might continue to feature a 12MP ultrawide camera and two 10MP telephoto camera sensors with up to 100X zoom.
Ice Universe further claims that the Galaxy S23 series will run One UI 5.1 out of the box. The phone’s thickness might increase by 0.1~0.2mm but is likely to be 8.9mm thick. More details of the S23 Ultra should surface in the coming days. Meanwhile, let us know your thoughts on the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s leaked specs in the comments section below.
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