We have Samsung Galaxy S23 specs leaks here, If you’ve been keeping track of leaks, you’ll know that the Samsung Galaxy S23 is very like a successor to the S22 which is to say that it has the exact specifications, with the exception of some component improvements.
Yesterday, we saw our first glimpse of efficiency from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which gave an impressive Geekbench performance. It also revealed that 2023 models will be equipped having 8 GB of RAM as did the 2022 models, 2021 and 2020. Are upgrades to 12GB much overdue? Samsung does not see it as such (the S20 had a 12GB option, Samsung knows how well it was sold).
Leakster Yogesh Brar has posted the details on his review of Galaxy S23 specification and those provide the same information 8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage. The new model will come with a larger 3.900mAh battery which is, in fact, bigger in comparison to its predecessor, the S22 but not as big as the S21 and S20 (both with a capacity of 4,500mAh). The battery will also be able to feature the same 25W wireless charging that is wired and 15W wireless. Both Samsung, as well as Apple, have been a bit cautious in regard to charging speeds for their phones, particularly the smaller models.
The new phone will come with the main camera with 50MP (with OIS) and 12MP ultra-wide and 10MP telephoto, as well as a 10MP selfie camera. It’s similar to those on the S22 cameras, but it may have different sensors and lenses. It is likely to involve an entirely new process thanks to the newer chipset.
The phone will sport the 6.1″ Dynamic AMOLED2X display, but with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels but it’s not LTPO. According to rumours, the phone will have a, however. Ice Universe states that their bezels would be a fraction of a millimetre larger, but that’s not the entire story.
It’s been revealed from renderings of the new design that it is going to be updated to be more similar to that of the S22 Ultra (the S23 Ultra will appear similar to the S22 Ultra). We’ve seen this in cases too the camera island has been gone, leaving just the individual lenses poking out from behind.
If you take a look back at the time, it appears that Galaxy S21 used the S20 cameras, but they were placed inside a new body. The S22 recycled the design however it updated the camera. The S22 is now getting new designs and identical cameras. It appears to be Samsung’s regular upgrade schedule in Samsung’s Galaxy S series, at least for the plus and vanilla versions (the Ultras see bigger changes each year).
At the moment, the only major question to be answered to be answered is whether the S23 series will make use of Snapdragon chipsets solely or if it is the Exynos team has persuaded their partners to try them again.
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