The First Pictures Of Galaxy S23 Ultra Looks Similar To The Galaxy S22 Ultra

Thanks to OnLeaks, a renowned leaker who frequently discusses upcoming gadgets that have not yet been disclosed, the renders of Samsung’s upcoming top model are already online (and often see us right). As a result, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will distinctly resemble its predecessor, and there won’t be much difference in appearance.

The dimensions of the smartphone will be 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8 mm: these are almost identical to those of the S22 Ultra (the latter is narrower and lower, but we are talking about less than a millimeter difference), and therefore the Galaxy S23 Ultra will most likely mount a 6.8-inch panel once again. The front will remain unchanged, with the camera in a hole.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s various buttons and SIM tray cart will all be located in the same locations, and the placement of the rear cameras will essentially not change. The Galaxy S23 will actually be somewhat more square, but we are confident that only a few people will detect the tiny difference in the body’s curvature.

Obviously, Samsung will add some new features to its next top-of-the-line even though the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s design will mostly remain unchanged from the previous generation: according to OnLeaks, it will improve the quality of the screen, cameras, and CPU.

Little hardware information: Samsung will probably opt for a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, but there is no confirmation to that. Some rumors talk about 25W fast charging for variants sold in China and 45W for global ones and a 200MP main sensor, but surely some more details will come in the coming months.

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