Galaxy S23 Ultra Shows Up In Geekbench, Just Days After The Galaxy S23 Was Spotted

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra device recently appeared on the benchmarking website ‘Geekbench’. A few days ago, the Galaxy S23 device was also shown in the same. The company is expected to release the respective series in the rise of 2023, and the Galaxy Unpacked event is also expected in January or February 2023.

The company is yet to reveal or confirm any information regarding this launch. Before that, let us have a look at what Geekbench revealed about this device which gets model no. SM-S918U. It is declared that this Galaxy S23 Ultra device which was just spotted in Geekbench, is a US-Specific Variant of the same.

As per the reveals of Geekbench, the device is expected to get a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC with the highest clock speed of 3.36 GHz, which is the topmost milestone of the Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC. The series is assumed to get minimum Beige, Black, Light Pink, and Green colors.

This device is based on ‘Android 13’ and will get the latest User Interface, ‘One UI 5’ from the Korean Manufacturer. The benchmarking website has revealed that it may get at least 8GB of RAM, but we expect 12GB of RAM with internal storage of a total of 512GB.

Let you all know that the respected device got a place on the 3C website also. The website has shared that the device may support 25W fast charging, which seems like a degradation. As we all know, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is having 45W wired charging, but the upcoming device supports less than that.

Those leaked details also show that the device will get 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED, QHD+ with a 120Hz of refresh rate. It will get 5000 mAh of battery, a 12 Mega-pixel ultrawide camera with two cameras with 10 Mega-pixels quality. It will support up to 10x Optical zoom and 100x digital zoom also.

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