Early in 2023, Samsung is anticipated to introduce its brand-new, top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 series. But recently, 5K renderings of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 have been made public, courtesy of a partnership between “Digit” and the well-known “OnLeaks” insider. This oversight reveals the size of the upcoming Android smartphone, its exact design, and how the rear cameras are arranged.
Samsung’s upcoming phone will measure 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6 mm, which is somewhat more than the current model’s dimensions. There are no major design-related updates, although the rear photo module will be updated. In actuality, there is no “fence” surrounding the three sensors, which are placed on separate islands. But nothing has yet surfaced regarding the cameras’ technical details.
The frames, on the other hand, will be slightly wider than in the past, while the display will have a diagonal of 6.1″. The renders, by the way, also reveal that the display will have a centrally positioned punch-hole, which according to previous rumors, could accommodate a 12MP photo sensor. Other details have not yet been disclosed, however there is rumors about the possible adoption of Qualcomm’s processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and a battery 5% larger than that of the Galaxy S22 (which mounts a 3,700 mAh unit).
At the end of August, information on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra also became available. In this sense, the rumours that surfaced would have revealed the layout of the Galaxy S23 series’ largest, most powerful, and priciest model. Therefore, the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra will have less curved edges than its predecessor, claims well-known leaker Ice Universe.
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