The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra series is a work in progress and is expected to be launched not before 2023. The phone is expected to be available in two colours: black and gold. Many leaks and rumours regarding the smartphone are available in the market now, and here are some of them that talk about its features, display, and other specifications.
Design and display:
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to have a similar look to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, based on the leaked renders that have been circulating online. In fact, it could be argued that Samsung is literally copying Apple by preserving the same design while only slightly altering the proportions.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is broader and taller than the existing Galaxy S22 Ultra, which measures approximately 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm. It is anticipated that the Galaxy S23 Ultra won't be much broader or taller than the present model. The front of the phone will have minimal bezels all the way around, with a punch hole in the upper middle for the front camera, which will be used for taking selfies and participating in video calls. The Galaxy S23 Ultra should include all of Samsung's newest display technology, but it doesn't change the fact that, in terms of design, we are primarily looking at an old wine in a new bottle.
Samsung will deliver improvements in terms of maximum brightness, colour accuracy, lowest screen reflection, and HDR performance while keeping the size the same. On the right side of the smartphone are the device's volume rockers and power buttons. The speaker grille, SIM tray, and USB type-C port are all visible on the bottom side of the smartphone. Similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the device is positioned in the same location. The two tiny sensors on the right side are placed in the back panel, which is a significant modification in this case. Compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the sensors' metal frame is larger. Moreover, the smartphone's side curves are less curled now.
The new and powerful 200MP primary rear camera, which will be included in the Galaxy S23 Ultra next year, is the biggest improvement.
The 200MP camera in the next Galaxy S23 Ultra may be Samsung's ISOCELL HP2, which is rumoured to have a huge sensor size of 0.60Î¼m pixels, according to a well-known leaker by the handle Ice Universe. In other words, this indicates that we can anticipate significantly improved photography and filmmaking skills, particularly in low light. According to the rumours, Samsung is actually placing a lot of emphasis on night photography, greater HDR performance, and a focus on creating a more natural colour profile in the photographs and videos, as opposed to the enhanced colours we typically see in the cameras on many Samsung devices.
In terms of technical specifications, the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera appears to represent a significant improvement over the Galaxy S22 Ultra camera. However, the Galaxy S22 Ultra It is unknown what significant camera advancements will occur in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
While the Galaxy S23 Ultra's appearance is anticipated to remain largely unchanged, if the rumours are to be believed, the performance will undoubtedly improve significantly. The Galaxy S23 Ultra's Geekbench scores, which were reportedly leaked online, showed the smartphone scored a respectable 1521 in single-core performance and 4689 in multi-core performance, thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
These figures will provide a significant performance improvement when compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra's Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. Furthermore, these results come close to matching the single-core performance and significantly outperforming the multi-core performance of the A15 Bionic chipset.
Additionally, the higher scores create concern about overheating. However, given that TSMC is in charge of producing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and based on the performance of the 8+ Gen 1, we can hope that the Gen 2 will effectively address thermal performance.
The Exynos 2100 chipset powers the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It comes with 256GB of onboard storage and 12GB of RAM, and it can be expanded to 1TB using a special card slot. The phone's operating system is an Android 11-based version of One UI.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 5G is anticipated to cost Rs. 69,390 in India. The phone will be equipped with a variety of top-notch features that will be useful for both personal and professional requirements. The device has excellent visuals, cutting-edge camera capabilities, a powerful processor setup, and a great battery design. Additionally, it is expected that the smartphone will have dust-and water-resistant features and an on-screen optical fingerprint sensor. Another point to note is that the device might also have the S-pen, which we saw in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.;