According to DCS, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has entered the TENAA, and its detailed configuration has been announced.
It is reported that Samsung will launch the exclusive 3.36GHz high-frequency version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen2, using a 6.8-inch 3088*1440p resolution OLED display, a front 12MP self-timer camera, and a rear four-camera, each with a 2MP sensor (according to rumors, it should is 200 million pixels), a 108MP sensor, 12MP+12MP dual telephoto supports 10X optical zoom.
In addition, the phone provides 8GB, 12GB memory, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB storage, a built-in 5000mAh battery, comes with a 25W charging head, the body size is 163.4×78.1×8.9mm, and weighs 233g.
According to previous reports, the new Galaxy S23 series will provide at least three models of the Galaxy S23 Standard Edition, the Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Standard Edition and S23+ models will still only provide 8GB RAM Variants.
Previously, the exterior renders of the Galaxy S23 and S23 + have also appeared. Judging from the renderings, the two models basically continued the design of the previous generation, except that the frame of the camera module was removed and changed to an independent camera arrangement similar to the previous generation Ultra version.
In addition, information about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has also been exposed many times. In terms of appearance, the device basically continues the design of the previous generation.
The biggest change is the increase in the width of the middle frame, which reduces the curved surface of the screen and will be closer to the micro-curved screen. In terms of imaging, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a rear 200MP main camera, which can provide three modes of 12MP, 50MP, and 200MP. Samsung is also expected to use Qualcomm’s ultrasonic 3D wide-area fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
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