Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Looks Practically Unchanged in Latest Leaks

Samsung is working diligently on the Galaxy S23 series however you will be let down by today’s presentation of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s first official renders, we can assure you of that.

Before you start criticising Samsung, you should know that these are only preliminary renderings, so the actual product may differ significantly from these images. However, given Samsung’s track record, this is unlikely to be the case.

OnLeaks, a well-known leaker in the business, is responsible for the information, so without further ado, let’s have a look at what the Galaxy S23 Ultra will look like.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra will most likely come with a 6.8-inch display. While the screen size won’t change, the display’s peak brightness, colour accuracy, screen reflectance, and HDR capabilities will all be improved.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to be 157.7 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm in size. Its weight is currently unknown, but the Galaxy S22 Ultra weighs 195 g, or 196 g in the US with mmWave connectivity. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has dimensions of 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6 mm. To put it another way, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is a little bit wider and higher than its previous iteration.

The device’s speaker grills, USB Type-C connector, and SIM tray are located at the bottom, and the power and volume rockers are located on the driver’s side.

The location of the camera module on the Galaxy S23 Ultra is the same as it was on the model before it. The two tiny sensors on the right side are flush with the panel, which is a significant improvement, and the sensor’s metal frame is significantly larger than what we have previously seen. This time, the phone’s side curves are not arched either. A punch hole will be located in the top middle of the phone’s front side’s slim bezels.

Unfortunately, at the time of writing, we are unaware of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s technical features, but we do know some fundamentals like the fact that the device will come with a 5,000 mAh battery, a 200-megapixel camera sensor, and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. When we have access to further hardware specifics, we’ll be sure to let you know.

Muhammad Zuhair
Passionate about technology and gaming content, Zuhair focuses on analysing information and then presenting it to the audience.
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