Samsung Galaxy S23 It is the next generation of top-of-the-range smartphones from the South Korean brand, which has traditionally been the great rival of Apple’s iPhone. Through the Dutch media GalaxyClub we have echoed some specifications that have been leaked, but you already know with these things: as long as there is no official information, it is prudent to take this with a grain of salt.
Three models will appear from Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series, of which we have been able to know some details. To get started, the Plus (Galaxy S23+) will incorporate a 4,700mAh battery, which would be 100mAh more than the equivalent smartphone of the previous generation. For his part, the Galaxy S23 Ultra would keep the 5,000mAh battery used by the S22 Ultra. It is important to bear in mind that, considering the complexity that smartphones have reached, maintaining the same or similar battery does not have to mean obtaining the same autonomy.
The future emblematic smartphones of the South Korean giant aim to be continuous in terms of cameras. The entire series would incorporate a 12-megapixel front panel. The wide angle of the rear would not vary much compared to the previous generation, at least in terms of resolution, with some standard and Plus models that would incorporate a 12-megapixel one, although the door seems to be open for the Ultra to carry a better one without that it is ruled out that in the end I end up using it. The telephoto lens, with 10MP and x3 optical zoom, is another point in which Samsung would maintain a rather continuous bet for standard and Plus models at least.
If this information is confirmed, Samsung seems to have quite outlined the specifications of the standard and Plus models of Galaxy S23, while there is apparently more mystery around the Ultra. Once again, we remember that these are leaks and not official data, so we may get more than one surprise in a presentation that could take place in early 2023, with devices that would be launched on the market at the end of January or the beginning of february.
In addition to the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones, Samsung would currently be working on the Exynos 2300 SoChigh-end, and on camera sensor ISOCELL HP3, which would have a resolution of 200 megapixels.