Samsung usually reveals its Galaxy-S flagship series successor in the year’s first two months. As the current year is coming to an end, the expected launch time of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 series is coming near. A major leak regarding the high-end variant in this lineup was recently revealed.
This morning, the Galaxy S23 Ultra (carrying model number: SM-S9180) got listed on TENAA certification, revealing all the major specifications of the device. The specifications are discussed below:
- 6.8 inches AMOLED Display with 2K+ Resolution (3088*1440p)
- 16.7 Million Display’s Color Depth
- Dimensions: 163.4×78.1×8.9(mm) and Weight: 233g
- Octa-Core chipset with max 3.36GHz frequency (Snapdragon 8 Gen2)
- 4855mAh Battery (with expected 25W charging, as per 3C Certification)
- Quad Rear Camera Setup (2MP+108MP+12MP+12MP) and Front 12MP Lens
- Under Display Fingerprint Sensor and Face Unlock Support
- 8GB and 12GB RAM with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB Storage
As mentioned in the TENAA listing, the chipset has a peak 3.36GHz frequency which denotes that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will use a higher frequency (overclocked) version of Snapdragon 8 Gen2. The frequency of the super core is the only difference, while the other cores’ frequency is the same.
Further, it also has been observed that the camera setup is changed. Now, the Galaxy S23 will feature a new 2MP, 108MP, 12MP, and another 12MP lens on the backside. In contrast, the previous model (Galaxy S22 Ultra) has the following camera lenses: 108MP+10MP+10MP+12MP. On the front side, the selfie camera is now 12MP instead of a 40MP lens, as we have seen in the predecessor model.
Previously, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was listed on 3C Certification, revealing that Samsung has again decided to stick with its 25W charging. However, as judged from the leaked specifications, it is expected that the all-new Galaxy S23 Ultra will come with a different and new kind of technology.
It is expected that Samsung might release its Galaxy S23 series between the first two months of 2023.