In the good old Samsung tradition, the tech behemoth from South Korea will release a lineup of flagship phones in early 2023 as well. The upcoming Galaxy S23 series will be the star of the show, to be more precise, and the news doesn’t seem too delightful for the hardcore fans of the brand, at least for now.
Fresh information that has leaked online indicates that Samsung could downgrade the charging speed of the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra, compared to the predecessor model that holds the supremacy this year, namely the S22 Ultra. If the information is correct, it means that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be capable of a slower 25 W charging speed, as NextPit reveals. The same source reveals that the future S23 Ultra model will be carrying a 4,855 mAh battery, which would make it similar to the current S22 Ultra.
A 200MP main camera for S23 Ultra?
If the charging speed of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is lower than that of the current S22 Ultra, it means that Samsung will surely compensate in other areas when it comes to its upcoming flagship lineup of 2023. There’s a lot of online speculation regarding the future Samsung Galaxy S23 series. The South Korean tech giant is expected to add a main camera of 200MP on at least the Ultra version of the S23, and that would surely be a welcoming addition. The previous S22 Ultra model has a quad camera setup of ‘only’ 108MP for its main lens. Bringing a phone that has almost twice as many MP would surely make the fans forget about any downgrades.
We can also expect to see an advanced ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the upcoming S23 Ultra, which will surely grant an excess of security for the users. The front camera is also expected to be superior to the one that exists on the current S22 Ultra. If it’s true, it means that Samsung will implement a front camera that’s superior to the wide 40MP lens that exists on S22 Ultra.
Some sources indicate that Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will also be featuring a 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED display of 120Hz for the refresh rate. In other words, you surely won’t have much to worry about while using the S23 Ultra, as such a display can provide smooth footage and crystal-clear images.
Another possible addition that’s worth mentioning is the Gorilla Glass Victus 2, which would offer superior protection against scratches and other types of possible damage that someone could inflict accidentally on the phone.
Samsung is expected to unveil the upcoming Galaxy S23 lineup during the Unpacked event that the South Korean giant will be hosting in early February 2023. The new series is expected to consist of four models, and obviously, the S23 Ultra phone will be the top tier of the future lineup.