There have been a variety of rumors that have led the launch date and subsequent release date for the Samsung Galaxy S23 range to shift back and forth. However, a reputable source in the tech industry named Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S23 lineup will make its debut during an event called Galaxy Unpacked on February 1. We believe that this is a fairly reliable tip, and it is consistent with the launch windows that Samsung has provided in the past for its Galaxy S-series phones. We are just in the first week of the month of January and another leak regarding the upcoming flagships has been circulating this time around it is high-resolution images of the devices which depict the overall design clearly.
From the images obtained from GSMArena, Both the S23 and the S23+ will have a camera flash placed to the right of the first camera on the rear of the device. The three cameras on the back will be lined vertically in the top left corner of the device. You can notice that the power button and the volume rocker are located on the right-side frame of the phone. The rear panel also carries the Samsung brand name at the bottom of the panel.
The S23 Ultra has a design that is more boxy and contains a camera configuration in the shape of a P. The Samsung logo is printed on the rear panel of this device, and the power button and volume rocker are located on the right side of the device, just as they are on the non-Ultra variants. Additionally, the antenna lines that can be seen at the top and bottom of the S23 Ultra give the impression that it has a metal frame.
There have been rumors regarding the price of the Samsung Galaxy S23
As in previous years, there will most likely be three distinct models from which customers can choose. There has been no announcement made regarding pricing, however, the following is what it could look like if Samsung follows the same pricing structure as it has with the most recent couple of S series phones:
- Galaxy S23: $799.99
- Galaxy S23+: $999.99
- Galaxy S23 Ultra: $1199.99
Samsung Galaxy S23 specs (Expected)
Ice universe, a source known for regularly leaking information, claims that the Galaxy S23 series will receive a Lower Power mode named Light that “prioritizes battery life and cooling efficiency over processing speed.”
It has also been brought to our attention that Samsung will, in the same vein as Apple, include satellite connectivity with the Galaxy S23.
As additional information about the Galaxy S23 features becomes public, be sure to check back here for any updates that may be available.
The S23 Ultra has three different camera modes: 12MP (the default resolution for photos), 50MP, and 200MP, with a wide f/1.7 aperture (compared to the S22 Ultra’s f/2.2 aperture). The default resolution for photos is 12MP.
According to Sammobile, Video recording will be in 8K at a frame rate of 30 frames per second (the S22 supports 8K at 24fps).
In addition to this, there are certain innovative ways that could be implemented o the Galaxy S23 Ultra in order to further improve the camera performance. The rumored capabilities include something called Cameras DX, which acts as a layer of protection, the application of artificial intelligence in the rear camera, and support for Super HDR, among other things.
The maximum brightness is expected to be 1750 nits.
There is a possibility that the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will receive an upgrade to their telephoto cameras, which would result in those models’ rear cameras having resolutions of 50 MP, 12 MP, and 11 MP.
All variants have a hole-punched, 12MP selfie camera.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, or possibly a tweaked version with a higher clock speed, will power the Galaxy S23 Ultra when it launches.
It has been revealed by leakers that the standard model of the Galaxy S23 would have 8 GB of RAM, and it appears that one S23 Ultra variant will get 12 GB of RAM.