The next Galaxy S23 series may be Samsung’s smallest flagship update to date. According to rumors, the new phones will have the same look as the Galaxy S22 series right now. There could not be many internal upgrades in the future, which isn’t always a bad thing. And renowned leaker Ice Universe is making another allusion to it.
There won’t be many upgrades for the Galaxy S23 series. The processor will be the most noticeable modification or upgrade. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU from Qualcomm will power the Galaxy S23 series. Although reports suggest the forthcoming Samsung flagships may be powered by the same silicon globally next year, the company doesn’t appear to have ruled out the usage of its own Exynos processors. On this subject, it is unsure. However, we hope it fully commits to the Snapdragon solution, even only for a year. Exynos chipsets have had plenty of opportunities in the past, but they have never delivered.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will also have a more recent primary camera on the rear. On the phone, a 200MP camera is anticipated. Unannounced ISOCELL HP2 sensor with 0.6 megapixels and an F/1.7 aperture is said to be what it will be. The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 1/1.3-inch, 108MP sensor is similar in size to that one. Samsung, however, is presenting a larger aperture because the new solution has smaller pixels (Galaxy S22 Ultra has 0.8m pixels and an F1.8 aperture).
Advertisement The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s improved display is also mentioned in the new leak . The screen size is not anticipated to change. But there might be some advancements in the display technology for improved battery life and lower S Pen latency. According to a recent source, Samsung may provide five percent larger batteries on its upcoming flagship models while maintaining the same size and form. For such, the company uses batteries of the stacked variety.
The Galaxy S23 series is also reported to include a larger, speedier fingerprint scanner, as well as the more recent UFS 4.0 storage technology. But from the outside, the gadgets would essentially look the same. We wouldn’t complain, though, as long as Samsung has enhanced the software experience. The world is quite OK with Apple doing this, frequently with less internal updates (looking at you, iPhone 14).
Early in 2023, SAMSUNG DEBUTS ITS NEXT-GENERATION FLAGSHIPS. The Galaxy S23 series won’t be publicly unveiled by Samsung for several more months. While a definite launch date is not yet known, there are reports that the business may unveil its next-generation flagships in early February 2023. We’ll keep you informed about it.