We all know that the South Korean tech manufacturer is currently working to introduce its new device range ‘Galaxy S23‘. Recently, two of its variants- Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ get featured in the benchmarking website Bureau of Indian Standards, also known as BIS. At the same time, the ultra variant didn’t appear in it.
Both of these devices got model numbers SM-S911B/DS and SM-S916B, respectively, on the website. The website didn’t reveal much other than the model numbers, but we have got some rumour information which we can expect it later in the device. Now let’s keep an eye on the info we got till now.
As per the rumours, the Galaxy S23 device may get a 6.1-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. While on the other hand, its S23+ variant is reported to get a 6.6-inch AMOLED screen. Both of them will get a layer of new skin One UI 5.0 on top of Android 13.
It is also leaked that the device may have a flat display with a hole-punch cutout on the top centre. It will have a triple camera arrangement on the rear, in which the primary one will be a 50MegaPixel camera. Other than this, a 12MegaPixel Ultrawide camera and a 10MegaPixel telephoto camera will also be included within those.
The phone either gets a Snapdragon 8 Gen SoC or Exynos 2300 SoC processor, depending on the available market. Besides this, the device will support 25W rapid charging, and it will get a larger battery than the Galaxy S22’s 3700mAh one. However, accurate information will only be available with its official launch, which is currently not known, as the company didn’t provide any launch date yet.
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