New leaks have divulged details about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series. Without a doubt, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is among the best smartphone series in the market. So, people are expecting a lot from its successor- the S23 series. Recently, Yogesh Brar, a tipster revealed details about the S23 Ultra.
According to Brar’s tweet, the S23 Ultra might come equipped with a 200MP main camera, a 10MP periscope telephoto lens, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide lens.
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Specs (Expected)
It appears as if most of the camera specs are similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, there is a huge difference between the two devices, in the camera department. According to the leak, the S23 Ultra device might revenue a bigger main camera. Specifically, it might house a 200MP lens instead of a 108MP lens. This is not the first time we are hearing about it.
Furthermore, some other leaks have hinted towards a new SoC on the Galaxy S23+. It is important to note that Samsung released S22 with Exynos 2200 in some regions outside the US. However, the chip didn’t perform well on the benchmark tests. As a result, Samsung appears to have moved on. As per SamMobile, the company might roll out Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 equipped- Galaxy S23+. Plus, the other variants from the series, including S23 and S23 Ultra might also Feature the same SoC.
Moreover, Qualcomm also shared that Samsung’s use of Snapdragon chips has gone up from 75% in the Galaxy S22 to global in Galaxy S23. Hence, we might see that all the models from the forthcoming S23 series will feature Snadragpn 8 Gen 2 in all countries.
Besides, the S23+ might feature 8GB of RAM and it is almost certain that it will be pre-loaded with Android 13 out of the box.
Lastly, we are still a few months from the actual release of Samsung’s next-gen S series. However, it doesn’t stop people from guessing what Samsung will offer.
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