The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to be released next year begins to get talked about, with the first details coming from the well-known leaker of the Samsung Ice Universe world.
It would seem that the new Samsung Galaxy S23 due out probably next year, will have a 5,000mAh battery under the shell , and the phone should also be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, with the new chip will have further improvements in terms of efficiency compared to the 8+ Gen 1 , which itself was a noticeable improvement over the 8 Gen 1 featured in the S22 series .
There is a very good chance the S23 series will use Snapdragon chips exclusively as the Exynos division reorganizes and tries to build a more competitive flagship chipset. If the battery capacity is the same, it could mean Samsung will keep a 45W charge like on the S22 Ultra , but the speed could still increase. For example, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 should be rated at 25W, the same as its predecessor, but it should charge faster, hitting 50% in half an hour, from 33%.
There are also speculations on the 200 MP sensor that will be present in the new Ultra: the Ice Universe leaker suspected that it will be neither the 1 / 1.22 “0.64µm HP1 nor the 1 / 1.4” 0.56µm HP3, but instead an HP2 yet to be released . The new technology could improve the Full Well Capacity (FWC) of even tiny 0.6 µm pixels.
It seems that a source has now confirmed that the new flagship will use the ISOCELL HP2, a sensor with 0.60µm pixels and this should put the optical format in the same 1 / 1.33 ″ range of the current Ultra, instead the other modules camera may not see many changes.
- Rumor: the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200MP sensor with 0.6µm pixels, 5,000mAh battery (GSMArena)