Samsung Galaxy S23 case exposed – the rear camera is eye-catching


Samsung Galaxy S23

South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, will officially unveil the Galaxy S23 series in the first quarter of next year. As the second half of this year nears the closing months, there is more information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. A recent report from Weibo tech blogger, @iceuniverse reveals the case of the Samsung Galaxy S23. This Samsung Galaxy S23 phone case is also basically consistent with the designs that we had before now. According to previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23’s body size is about 146.3 × 70.8 × 7.6 mm. In comparison with the previous generation, it removes the frame of the camera model. Furthermore, it uses an independent camera arrangement similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S23

From the previously available renders of the Galaxy S23, this device will use a 6.1-inch center punch-hole display. In addition, it will come with a 12MP front camera for selfies. Under the hood, this flagship device will come with the new flagship processor from Qualcomm. This chip will be the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor with larger memory and battery.

Gizchina News of the week


Samsung Galaxy S23

Samsung Galaxy S23 series gets 3C certification

The Galaxy S23 (SM-S9110) and Galaxy S23+ (SM-S9160) passed 3C certification on September 25. The certification shows that the new phone still uses a 25W charger like the previous generation. This is a huge disappointment for many users who may be expecting faster charging from the new Galaxy series. For a high-end flagship in 2023, the 25W fast charge is slightly less competitive than competing products. According to PhoneArena, all OnePlus mid-range models now support 150W wired flash charging. This means that the charging capacity of the Galaxy S23 series will be a disappointment.

Read Also:  Samsung Galaxy S23 might get iPhone 14's satellite connectivity

However, one of the direct competitors of Samsung, Apple is still stuck at 30W charging. The iPhone 14 Pro Max uses a 30W charger and takes about two hours to charge from 0 to 100%. This is almost twice as long as the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Source/VIA :
Previous Nothing Ear Stick renders show an AirPods-like semi in-ear design
Next Samsung Galaxy A54 downgrades the main camera to 50MP