Galaxy S23 series to have the same size as the S22: Going by the recent updates in the rumor mill, the incoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series won’t be much different from the Galaxy S22 series (at least in dimension and design). Reports have shown that Samsung might be aiming not to make an overhaul change in the looks of the Galaxy S23 series. According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy S23 lineup will have the same display, design, and size as the Galaxy S22 lineup.
This means the Galaxy S23 will have the same display, design, and size as the Galaxy S22. And this also goes for the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Below are the expected display, screen resolution, height, width, and depth of the Galaxy S23 series.
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Going by the available information, the Galaxy S23 and S23+ will stick with the 1080p screen while the Galaxy S23 Ultra will retain its 1440p screen. Samsung will be using a new display panel that has a peak brightness of up to 2000 nits. This is a similar display panel used in the recently launched Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The screens of all Galaxy S23 phones will still refresh at 120Hz but maybe only the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have an LTPO panel. Although the Galaxy S23 lineup might feature a similar size, display, and design as the S22 lineup, it sure will feature a new chipset/SoC and new camera sensors.
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According to the reports, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a new 200MP main sensor and all the models will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This chipset is expected to be built on TSMC’s 3nm process technology.
The camera setup will remain pretty much the same. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature two telephoto lenses, an ultra-wide lens, and a selfie camera. While the Galaxy S23 and S23+ will have triple rear cameras with one of those being a telephoto lens.
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If the size and dimension of the phones remain the same, it means the Galaxy S23 lineup will feature the same battery size as the Galaxy S22 lineup. This could mean a 5,000mAh battery for the S23 Ultra, a 3,700mAh battery for the Galaxy S23, and a 4,500mAh battery for the Galaxy S23+.
All these are just rumors, so take these reports with a pinch of salt. But what are your thoughts about these rumors? Will you buy any of the Galaxy S23 phones if these rumors turn out to be true?