South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, is working on its next-generation flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. As Samsung’s next-generation flagship, the progress of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been attracting attention. Today, more information about the high-end model in this series hit the public. According to @iceuniverse, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will still use a 5000 mAh battery. However, this device will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor. However, from interaction with commenters, @iceuniverse confirms that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will not be thinner and lighter.
According to previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will use the yet-to-be-released 200-megapixel sensor ISOCELL HP2. This sensor has a better overall performance than the two 200-megapixel sensors (HP1 and HP3). However, the two sensors, HP1 and HP3, have not yet been released in real smartphones. The first smartphone to use the Samsung ISOCELL HPI 200MP sensor is the Moto X30 Pro which was supposed to launch a few days ago. Howver, a few hours to the launch, the company announced that the launch will not hold “for some reasons”.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will not have an Exynos version
Popular analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo said that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will only be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Qualcomm previously said that the 2022 Snapdragon Summit will be held from November 15th to 17th this year. Qualcomm is expected to announce the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip at the summit, so the launch of the Galaxy S23 Ultra will come after that.
There is no more information on the configuration and price of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. For reference, Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra on February 9 this year. The smartphone comes with a 6.8-inch large-curvature WQHD+ AMOLED 2X display, a 5000 mAh battery + 45W wired fast charging solution. This device also uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip as well as 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. The price of this device is 9699 yuan ($1437).