Expecting the Galaxy S23 to include an under-display camera is unrealistic.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series doesn’t appear to have an under-display camera. According to a fresh claim from tipster lanzuk , the Galaxy S23 won’t recognize the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s under-display camera.

It appears that the Galaxy S23 does not have an under-display camera. It appears that the Galaxy S23 series as a whole will once more employ a hole punch. The information was actually obtained from South Korean component manufacturers, and it all leads to a hole punch.

Despite its drawbacks, there are certain people who would undoubtedly prefer an under-display camera. Some people are willing to put up with a hole punch if it results in better selfies. Samsung appears to have chosen the latter in either case.

Advertisement The Galaxy S23 series may not have an under-display camera setup at the moment, but the S23 and S23 are expected to have improved selfie cameras. The 10-megapixel camera that Samsung has been employing for years will be replaced this time.

There are rumors that both devices will have a 12-megapixel front-facing camera. However, we are unsure of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The 40-megapixel selfie camera that came with the Galaxy S22 Ultra set it apart from its brothers.

AT THIS POINT, THE GALAXY S23 SERIES IS SOMETHING OF A MYSTERY. At this time, we don’t know much about the Galaxy S23 series. Approximately half a year remains till the launch event. There have been rumors here and there, but not much actual information.

Advertisement Even the design of the devices is unknown. Samsung might continue using the present design since it has received so much positive feedback. On the other hand, it might start to change after a few years, especially when it comes to plain and extra models.

In the first quarter of 2019, Samsung will release the Galaxy S23, but it has some foldable smartphones to show us first. In August, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 are anticipated. So far, a lot of information has been revealed.


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