Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, has yet to be officially released, but thanks to Winfuture, leaked details reveal a minor upgrade over its predecessor. The design of the device is the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra which strongly echoes the company’s Galaxy Note series and retains the boxy design with curved sides.
The display of the S23 Ultra appears to be identical to its predecessor, with a 6.8-inch Infinity-O display with Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel. The panel will support HDR10+, have a resolution of 3088×1440 pixels, a pixel density of 500 pixels per inch, and is also said to be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2.
Under the hood, the S23 Ultra will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 combined with 8GB RAM, with higher storage options coupled with 12GB RAM. As expected, there will be no SD card slot for expandable memory but the device is expected to be available in the same storage configurations as the S22 Ultra, namely 256GB, 512GB and 1TB options.
The camera is where the S23 Ultra sees the most significant upgrade and is expected to sport a 200MP main sensor with an f/1.7 aperture and 23mm focal length. The ultra-wide-angle and zoom cameras are said to remain unchanged from the S22 Ultra, with the exception of the front camera which is said to have been downgraded from 40MP to 12MP.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will debut alongside the S23 and S23+, along with a new Galaxy Book, at Unpacked on 1 February.