Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series flagships are the subject of increased attention in the leaks community now that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldables are announced. Unsurprisingly, the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra is receiving more attention than its less potent siblings. However, if early rumors are accurate, it might be one of the hardware-wise tiniest improvements in the flagship history of the Korean company. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same same dimensions as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, claims well-known leaker Ice Universe .
According to the source, the forthcoming phone would be 163.478.18.9mm in size. The latest Ultra is 163.377.98.9 mm in length. It should come as no surprise that the phone will have the same display because the dimensions will remain unchanged. The resolution of the 6.8-inch AMOLED panel is 1440 x 3088 pixels. On this year’s model, Samsung provided an industry-leading maximum screen brightness of 1750 nits. If the corporation pushes things farther the next year, we’ll have to wait.
The 5,000mAh battery of the Galaxy S23 Ultra will remain the same as it was this year. This was expected given that the phone was the same size. It should be understood from this, however, that Samsung’s stacked-type batteries for smartphones are not yet available. Electric vehicle (EV) batteries already use this technology, which enables a 10% increase in battery capacity without enlarging the package.
Advertisement The Galaxy S23 Ultra will also use the majority of the cameras from the current Ultra, according to earlier rumors. The remainder of the back camera array, except the primary sensor, can remain untouched. This information suggests that, barring changes to the back camera configuration by Samsung, it will be impossible to visually discern between the Galaxy S23 Ultra and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The current camera design doesn’t require much modification because it is also quite svelte. For confirmation, we’ll have to wait for render leaks.
A FEW NOTABLE UPGRADES WILL STILL BE BRINGED BY THE GALAXY S23 ULTRA. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will nonetheless include a few significant advancements even if it may seem identical to this year’s Ultra model and may even share some essential parts. Its USP may very likely be the 200MP primary rear camera, but there will also be advancements in other areas. Samsung will probably combine the recently announced UFS 4.0 storage solution with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, which should result in faster overall performance. The One UI 5 software from the Korean companies should also include enhancements for slicker performance.
According to some reports, Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max, the largest ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor in the world, will be installed in Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra. This should also speed up and simplify fingerprint unlocking.
Advertisement Overall, Samsung might be putting more of an emphasis on reliability and performance enhancements than a hardware upgrade. A powerful smartphone already exists in the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Even while it doesn’t appear to be a significant upgrade on paper, the Galaxy S23 Ultra might nonetheless feel like one with stronger hardware and software refinements.