Note: This is a guest post written by Jeeva Shanmugam
After Apple’s iPhone 15, Samsung’s S23 series is one of the most anticipated releases in the smartphone market for 2023. However, unlike past launches, the Galaxy S23 launch is expected to take place early in the following year.
The specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra are eagerly awaited by geeks. The Galaxy S23 series will be introduced in February at the Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, the company has confirmed recently.
Before the debut, we discovered some Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Leaked Specs, the most ideal Android flagship since the demise of Oneplus. While some of the details are verified, the rest are still to be seen in the actual phone, so let’s get into it.
It is confirmed by TENAA’S certification that the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 6.8-inch QHD+ display, which is the same size as the panel on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, would have a significant 120Hz variable refresh rate. According to reports, the chipset configuration has three CPU clusters, one of which has a 3.36GHz clock speed. This appears to be equivalent to the specialized variant of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU architecture.
The S23 super cameras are undoubtedly up to par with the fantastic upgrades; the smartphone is expected to come with a 200MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, a 12MP telephoto lens with a 3x zoom, and a second 12MP telephoto lens with a 10x zoom. The pair of telephoto lenses’ resolution was previously predicted to be 10MP.
The TENAA’S certification also confirms the inclusion of a proximity sensor, Type C, a gyroscope, Bluetooth, a light sensor, face recognition, and an under-display fingerprint reader, in Samsung’s next high-end phone. Its measurements are 163.478.18.9mm and it weighs 233g. A 4,855mAh battery that will be advertised as a 5,000mAh battery is also there.
That much is certain: the phone will run One UI 5.0, which is based on Android 13. The extreme will apparently look similar to the previous Galaxy S22 Ultra, but with considerable changes. The Galaxy S23 and S23+, the second member of the midrange series, will likely see substantial design changes and get specs similar to the Ultra model.
And it is partially confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will get satellite connectivity like Apple’s iPhone. I have made a dedicated article that gives all the information about the satellite connectivity of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. You can read it by clicking here.
While some Galaxy S23 models seem to be more of a year of improvements than significant advancements, it seems that this year Samsung is paying more attention to the Galaxy S23 Ultra by providing a 200MP camera satellite connectivity. I’m willing to test out the performance and am also interested in seeing how it competes with the iPhone 14 Pros as well as how the chipset will affect things like 5G connectivity and more, so stay tuned for the update!