Samsung Galaxy S23 128GB model leaks – only use UFS 3.1 flash memory


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Colors

According to early reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23 / Ultra series will come with faster LPDDR5X memory and UFS 4.0 storage. However, according to recent reports, the standard model of the Galaxy S23 (basic storage option) will be an exception. The Samsung Galaxy S23 base version will continue to come with 128GB of storage. There will be an option to upgrade it to a 256GB version at a higher price. According to @IceUniverse, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Standard Edition 128GB will be equipped with UFS 3.1 flash memory. This will make its read and write speeds lower than other models of UFS 4.0 flash memory.

Samsung Galaxy S23

The latest LPDDR5X memory is a low-power memory standard for mobile phones, tablets and laptops. It supports data transfer speeds of up to 8533Mbps, 33% faster than the fastest LPDDR5 memory. The UFS 4.0 memory chip provides a sequential data read speed of up to 4200MB/s and a sequential write speed of up to 2800MB/s. This is twice the speed of UFS 3.1 storage, which offers sequential read speeds of up to 2100MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 1200MB/s. The UFS 3.1 storage speed varies by capacity, and the sequential write speed of the 128GB chip version is 850MB/s.

The combination of a new generation of chips (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy), new memory (LPDDR5X) and new storage (UFS 4.0) will bring huge performance improvements to the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. The improvements will probably reflect in the mobile phone start-up speed, app and game launch as well as multitasking and game running figures.

Samsung creates stunning naked-eye 3D images to warm up its conference

Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S23 series and Galaxy Book 3 series in the early hours of February 2nd, Beijing time. It has now created stunning naked-eye 3D images in Italy to showcase its upcoming high-end mobile phones.

Samsung Galaxy S23

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In Milan, Italy, Samsung installed a stunning naked-eye 3D projection system on its building called the “Samsung District”. The entire building is showing 3D images, where Samsung is showing off the power of various Galaxy S23 series. Samsung focuses on the camera zoom performance and nighttime imaging capabilities of its upcoming mobile phones. The company is using the theme “Get ready to light up the night.”

The Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra will be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event in the US on February 1, 2023 (Feb 2nd Beijing time). The upcoming phone is should bring faster performance, thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy processor, LPDDR5X memory, and UFS 4.0 storage. This device will also bring improvements in low-light imaging and video capture quality. Also, the three upcoming S23 phones may use a better selfie camera capable of recording 4K@60fps HDR video.

Samsung will also launch the Galaxy Book 3 series of laptops at the conference. The new lineup will include the Galaxy Book 3, Galaxy Book 3 360, and Galaxy Book 3 Pro. It will also include Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360, and Galaxy Book 3 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S23/Ultra series

Previous leak pictures show that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series uses LPDDR5 memory. This is also the same memory on the Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy S22 series. However, it is not. A tech leakster @IceUniverse confirms that the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra will use faster LPDDR5X memory and UFS 4.0 storage. Of course, as we said earlier, not the basic memory version in the standard model.

Samsung Galaxy S23

The following is the Samsung Galaxy S23 series storage configuration:

  • Galaxy S23: 8GB+128GB, 8GB+256GB
  • Galaxy S23+: 8GB+256GB, 8GB+512GB
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra: 8GB+256GB, 12GB+512GB, 12GB+1TB

As the Samsung Galaxy S23 has not been officially announced, there are only rumours and speculations surrounding the device.

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