The renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra have been published in MySmartPix courtesy of noted tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer, who also goes by the name @OnLeaks. The renders include high-resolution images along with a 360-degree video, showing the smartphone’s possible design details.
The renders show an almost identical design to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, with minor changes like the smaller lenses flushed inside the smartphone’s back panel. Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the Galaxy S23 Ultra also comes with a slot for the S-Pen, and there is a curved display on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, same as its predecessor. The display, however, does not curve as much as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The rest of the things remain pretty much the same as the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
(Image Credit: Smartpix/ OnLeaks)
Separately, another tweet from noted tipster Ice Universe also shows live images of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which compare the smartphone side-by-side with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, showing you the difference between the two generations. The images also show a slightly less curved screen, and a thinner chin on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as compared to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra specifications (rumoured)
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra specs
- 6.8-inch display, 120Hz refresh rate
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC
- 200MP triple cameras
- 45W fast charging
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, and may come with 25W fast charging only in China and 45W in other regions.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is said to carry the model number SM-S9180, may also come with a 200-megapixel primary shooter, which is the highest megapixel count we have seen on a smartphone so far.
Renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra come soon after we got our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+. The CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ surfaced online recently. The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ also seem to come with a nearly identical designs to their predecessors.