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Samsung UTG 2.0 to bring more resilience to Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are the most anticipated smartphones of this year. Recently, a famous tipster shared a handful of renders of these upcoming foldable, and now we are getting more information regarding their hardware capabilities.

It looks like 2021’s Galaxy foldable phones will feature more resilience compared to previous generations thanks to Samsung’s advanced UTG 2.0 backplane technology. Last year, it was reported that the company is working on a new UTG tech that will be compatible with the S Pen’s tip.

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Samsung’s first foldable glass display – Galaxy Z Flip 3 features an Infinity Flex Display with the OEM exclusive bendable Ultra Thin Glass (UTG). Later on, the Korean tech giant filed four trademarks with EUIPO and UTG 2.0 is one of them.

Galaxy Z Fold 3 Specs

According to multiple leaks, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will come with Snapdragon 888 Pro chip, a triple rear camera setup (image sensors from Sony), an under-display selfie camera, IP rating for splash resistance, S Pen support, and so on. [Read more]

Galaxy Z Flip 3 Specs

The Galaxy Z Flip 3 will be launched alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which is expected to feature Snapdragon 888 chipset, two 12MP rear cameras in unique design, a 2300mAh rated capacity battery with 15W fast charging,

Furthermore, the upcoming clamshell foldable phone tipped to come with a 6.7-inch dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display along with a 120Hz refresh rate. However, it will feature the same top and bottom flip design as the original Galaxy Z Flip.

Launching on August 3

Over the past few days, we have heard that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 at its upcoming Unpacked event on August 3, while the shipments will start from August 28. Still, we are waiting for an official statement from Samsung.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra dual telephoto camera picture quality is not as good as Vivo X90 Pro+

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra telephoto camera

Along with One UI 5.0, Samsung has also started preparing to launch its next Galaxy S series – Galaxy S23. However, this series of devices will unveil in February 2023. Now, new information claims that the Galaxy S22 Ultra‘s 10MP telephoto camera captures low-quality images.

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According to a well-known tipster (IceUniverse), the Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone’s 10MP dual telephoto camera that features 3x and 10x optical zoom has some issues. When clicking photos between 3x to 10x zoom, the quality of the image gets reduced a lot.

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The tipster compares Galaxy S22 Ultra’s camera with Vivo X90 Pro+’s camera which offers 3.5X zoom with 64MP. The source has shared images clicked by both Samsung and Vivo smartphones, that too at different optical zooms for comparison. You see the images below.

Galaxy S22 Ultra telephoto camera

Galaxy S22 Ultra telephoto camera

To be mentioned, the Vivo X90 Pro Plus smartphone features a 64MP 3.5X periscope telephoto camera with f/3.4 aperture Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone has a dual 10 MP telephoto camera with 3x (f/2.4)and 10x (f/4.9) optical zoom.

The source admires the focal length of Vivo’s telephoto camera as it provides better picture quality than Samsung’s 3x+10x solution. Recently, a tipster also mentioned that Vivo and Oppo smartphones will rank will get first and second place in the 10x telephoto while Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will rank fourth.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 10x telephoto camera may not be as good as Vivo, Oppo: Tipster

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Samsung’s swiftly working to unveil the Galaxy S23 series early next year. Ahead of launch, we are hearing more and more about the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra flagship, however, a tipster believes that its 10x telephoto camera performance will be defeated by Vivo and Oppo phones.

@UniverseIce predicts that Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra “will rank third” when it comes to 10x telephoto camera performance by March 2023. The source further added that Vivo and Oppo smartphones will grab the first and second place in 10x telephoto.

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The existing Android camera beast – Galaxy S22 Ultra will rank fourth in the 10x telephoto camera test, as noted by the tipster. Ice is known as a reliable source for Samsung leaks, and no doubt, he’s a well-knowledged tech enthusiast, however, the real camera performance will be revealed in the wild.

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Galaxy S23 Ultra 10x telephoto

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Leaks are just a glimpse of what’s going to happen next, and, surely, we suggest our readers take this information as a pinch of salt. Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone is going to beat all Android rivals with its innovative 200MP camera and well-optimized system.

Ending the statement, the source recommended Samsung find another camera solution for the 2024’s Galaxy S24 flagship. No doubt, the Galaxy S24 line will introduce meaningful changes over its predecessor, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra is still in the works, and camera capability is yet to be tested.

Galaxy S23 Series

It’s reported that the Galaxy S23 series may come with an overclocked variant of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, globally. These chips may be manufactured by Samsung Foundry under the leadership of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon development in charge.

The Korean tech giant has not yet revealed the launch date of Galaxy S23 series, however, Korean media reports revealed that it’s going to happen in the first week of February 2023. Instead of virtual, the Unpacked will be in-person in San Francisco, United States.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series color options, case details leak [U]

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Samsung Galaxy S23 design concept

Initially published on Nov. 29, update added at the bottom…

With each passing day, we are coming closer to the official launch of the next-gen Galaxy S series flagships. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S23 lineup of smartphones early next year, while, a reliable source now revealed color options, and details of cases along with a power bank.

According to @rquandt, Samsung will introduce plenty of official accessories for the upcoming Galaxy S23, Galaxy s23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra devices. These accessories also suggest colors of the forthcoming smartphones that include, but are not limited to:

  • Leather Cover: Camel, Black, Green
  • Silicone Cover with Strap: Black, White
  • Silicone Cover: Khaki, Navy, Orange, Cotton, Violet
  • Frame Cover: Black, White
  • Clear View Cover: Black, Violet, Khaki, Creme
  • Transparent Cover Ultrafine

Samsung Galaxy S23 design concept

In addition to the color options and case of Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, the same source revealed the color shades of the S Pen. As per the info, the Galaxy S23 Ultra may include color options; Black, Green, Rose (Light Pink), and Beige.

Aside from this, the company also has a new power bank in the works that has a Beige color shade, which could match the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Last but not least, the tipster said that these details are incomplete, which means, there’s more to come at the official Unpacked next year!

Update: 30/11

Tipster @rquandt now claimed that Samsung is bringing back the 3/x Standing Covers with the Galaxy S23 series, moreover, the 4/x Aramid Covers (Kevlar) are also coming.

Going official next February

Recently, reliable Korean media outlet revealed that Samsung is going to introduce the Galaxy S23 series devices in February next year. The exact date and Galaxy Unpacked event place is not revealed by Samsung executive, while past reports claim launch in the first week of February in San Francisco.

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