Samsung Galaxy S23+ And Galaxy S23 Ultra Leaked: We’re looking forward to what Samsung has in store for us with the Galaxy S23 because the Galaxy S22 is one of our favorite smartphones from 2022. To be expected, there have been numerous rumors and leaks before the formal announcement.
Nonetheless, not every piece of information is equally trustworthy. Therefore we’ve only included the most valuable and dependable data here. Currently, the SamMobile(Opens in a new window) news on the Galaxy S23 Ultra passing through China’s TENAA certification agency is our most reliable source; however, we’ve included the expected specifications of all of the Galaxy S23 versions here.
The Galaxy S23 Could Launch In Early February
We have heard a credible rumor about when the Galaxy S23 will be available. The new lineup will reportedly debut at a Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1, 2023, as reported by known leaker Ice universe(Opens in a new window).
This isn’t shocking news, as Samsung revealed the Galaxy S22 series in February 2022. But since the S22 was introduced on February 9, 2022, the new phones may go on sale sooner in the month. We still can’t rule out January because the Samsung Galaxy S21 came out on January 14, 2021.
In light of this, ETNews(Opens in a new window) reports that Samsung may release the handsets as much as three weeks before the Galaxy S22 (in mid to late January). If one of these predictions turns out to be accurate, we can expect to see the Galaxy S23 lineup within the first two months of 2023.
The Galaxy S23 Has A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Chip
In the United States, Samsung’s S brand of smartphones has regularly been powered by cutting-edge Qualcomm semiconductors. The chipmaker officially revealed the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, and we expect to see it in all new phones this year.
The same overclocked variant of the processor appears to be used across all models, according to a recent benchmark test(Opens in a new window). According to SamMobile, the S23 Ultra’s octa-core processor has three clusters of CPUs.
The speed of one group is expected to be 3.4 GHz, with the other two operating at 2.8 GHz and 2.0 GHz. It needs 256GB, 512GB, 1TB of storage, and 8GB or 12GB of RAM. That’s more than double the storage space of the S22 Ultra’s entry-level model.
Otherwise, a 4,855mAh battery was used for certification, though we anticipate Samsung will promote it as a 5,000mAh battery (the same size cell as in the S22 Ultra).
The Galaxy S23 Should Look Familiar
To that end, we don’t anticipate any radical departures from the Galaxy S22 design language in the Galaxy S23 series. However, there may be slight variations. The Galaxy S23 will be 5.76 inches tall, 2.78 inches wide, and 0.30 inches thick, as reported by GSM Arena (via Ice universe) (Opens in a new window) (HWD).
That agrees with the S22 (5.75 by 2.78 by 0.30 inches). The S23+, however, will measure 6.21 x 2.99 x 0.30 inches. The S22+, to give you some perspective, measures 6.20 by 2.98 by 0.30 inches. The S23 Ultra’s dimensions were also revealed by Ice Universe (Opens in a new window).
It will weigh 8.2 ounces and have sizes of 6.43 by 3.07 by 0.35 inches. You won’t even notice the difference between that and the Galaxy S22 Ultra (6.42 x 3.06 x 0.35 inches; 8.1 ounces) in your hand.
The OnLeaks(Opens in a new window) renders of the S23, and S23 Ultra don’t show any significant design changes from the current crop of Samsung smartphones. The standard model features a front-facing camera and flat screen, while the Ice Universe hints that this iteration may have thicker bezels.
According to Ross Young(Opens in a new window), this phone will be available in four colors: beige, black, green, and light pink (though there could be other variants).
According to a private tweet(Opens in a new window) from serial leaker Even Blass (via Tom’s Guide(Opens in a new window)), the Ultra’s S Pen will come in four colors: cream, green, lavender, and phantom black. We anticipate that the Ultra version will come in the same color options as the S Pen.
The S Pen is rumored to be available in “Black, Green, Rose (aka light Pink), and Beige,” but a previous leak from Roland Quandt(Opens in a new window) stated otherwise. If you believe this is interesting, please discuss it with the other people you know. Visit the website Lighthousejournal.org for the most recent news and updates regarding famous people.
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