The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is supposed to be the top model in the future Samsung Galaxy S23 range, and the rumors we’ve heard so far confirm it.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra It offered a huge upgrade over previous Galaxy S Ultra phones, by combining the camera array of previous models and the built-in stylus in the Galaxy Note series. It looks like the Galaxy S23 Ultra will build on this in several ways, most notably the main camera somehow stuffed with the rumored 200MP and the traditional annual slide update for more performance and energy efficiency.
It’s still several months until Samsung’s new flagship phone hits the stage, but below we’ve rounded up all the rumors (and one official statement) about the Galaxy S23 Ultra so far.
Latest Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra news (Updated October 3rd)
Release date and possible price of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
To get the basics out of the way first, we know that a file The Galaxy S Ultra model will return, as stated by Samsung President TM Roh Speaking of the end of the Galaxy Note series. Now the only question is when it will appear.
A smart guess would be January or February, the two months that Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S phones each year for the past several years. Since we have already seen receiving a new model from Samsung Certificate in KoreaSamsung appears to be sticking with this timing.
It may be closer than that, market sources believe Samsung will bring its launch date forward a few weeks to mid-January. Hopefully this will prevent users from buying new phones from other brands like Apple or Google, so Samsung’s thinking seems to go.
As for the cost of this Ultra phone, we expect it to cost at least $1,200 again, as does the current S22 Ultra. We are glad to see a drop in prices, especially since its closest competitor, and iPhone 14 Pro MaxIt starts at just under $1100.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra design and display
If the Galaxy S23 Ultra changes as little as the rumors say, we’ll likely see a design almost identical to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, with square corners, a curved screen, and cameras individually integrated into the back. It could also mean another S Pen included for your doodling needs, which is one of the most unique features of the S22 Ultra.
This does not mean that there are no possible changes. We’ve heard that the S23 Ultra might be it Slightly taller and wider than the S22 Ultrathough only parts of hundreds of millimeters, so you’re unlikely to notice it.
also, Ice Universe leaker claimed that there will be a new screen for the S23 Ultra. While it would be hard to improve on the ultra-bright 6.8-inch QHD AMOLED panel and fully variable LTPO 120Hz refresh rate, perhaps Samsung has a brighter or more efficient screen ready to switch as a welcome update.
Also, it is possible that this form also suffers from The thicker bezels (but not too big for width) are rumored to be the regular S23This may explain the slight increase in body size, although the regular S23 and S23 Plus have flat screens instead of curved ones, it probably doesn’t apply to the Ultra.
but now Leaked first appearance (Beside matching case). OnLeaks mode in action with SmartPrix 360-degree video of the Galaxy S23 Ultra in Black. Based on leaked CAD renders, renders don’t look much different than the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
From all appearances, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have some slightly more square edges than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It looks like Samsung may keep the tried-and-true Galaxy Note design.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra cameras
We still have to see four cameras on the back of the S23 Ultra, save for one major change. It is claimed that there will be a file Main camera 200 megapixel(Claimed by multiple sourcesHigher resolution than the 108MP high-resolution main camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
What is not rumored to change are the telephoto cameras, which will have both 10MP sensors as before According to one source, they are supposed to have the same 3x and 10x optical zoom as well.
Additionally, we expect to see a 40MP selfie camera again, integrated into the middle of the top of the screen. While it looks like only one of the five total cameras is getting a major upgrade, we hope Samsung gets some new software improvements or camera modes to show off at launch that will help the S23 series earn a spot in our niche. The best camera phones page.
Galaxy S23 Ultra and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 performance
Samsung typically powers its Galaxy S phones with Qualcomm chips in the US, but its Exynos chips elsewhere in the world. This means that we will see what is supposed to be called Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 And the Exynos 2300 is at the heart of the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Rumors don’t seem to decide what happens though. Some said We will see the continuation of this mix of chips for the time beingWhile Others said Qualcomm will supply Snapdragon chips for S23 models worldwide.
Hopefully in the second scenario because Snapdragon Galaxy S phones tend to deliver superior performance to their Exynos-running siblings, chances are Samsung won’t want to give up on using its own silicon where possible.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Battery and Charging
To run the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung is supposed to use an extension Same as 5000 mAh The battery as seen on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. While some of the extra capacity was great, this battery size fits the course when it comes to larger Android phones, so let’s just hope Samsung can increase battery life a bit over the S23 Ultra. While the S22 Ultra scored well on the dedicated battery test, the iPhone 14 Pro Max lasted longer.
Rumors predicted No change in charging speed, At least for the S23 standard. This will translate to at least 25W charging for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, and potentially up to 45W if you buy the right charger. The 45W charger was able to power the S22 Ultra to 67% in half an hour, which again is fine but not great compared to the 65W and higher charging standards used by competitors like OnePlus.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Predictions
The Galaxy S23 series as a whole looks like a year of improvement rather than major developments, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra appears to be getting a bit more than its smaller sibling. We’re particularly interested in the rumored 200MP camera and how it could rock the image quality of Samsung’s more imaging-focused phone, but we’re also curious to see how the new chipset performs and affects things like battery life.
If Samsung is serious about doing business with iPhone 14 Pro And other flagship smartphones, it needs to weed out every drop in performance and efficiency from the Galaxy S23 Ultra, while also making sure that it justifies the Ultra Premium. Stay tuned for more Galaxy S23 rumors and leaks as we get closer to its launch.
“Alcohol maven. Evil bacon lover. Wannabe social media geek. Travel guru. Amateur introvert. Pop culture nerd.”