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Pretty Galaxy S22 Ultra renders revealed in three colors

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Samsung is likely to launch the next Galaxy S flagship series in early next year, while their renders have already started to emerge online. Just recently, LetsGoDigital revealed a big collection of the Galaxy S22 Ultra renders, which shows off yet another rear camera setup.

The latest Galaxy S22 Ultra renders showcase that a new rear camera module which not match the previously leaked ones. However, the newly revealed S22 Ultra render images show two different camera modules in which the first one equips three camera sensors, while the second one, two lenses alongside LED flash.

Galaxy S22 Ultra

Previously, the renders were emerged in just a single color option, while we now have the Galaxy S22 Ultra in three shades including Black, White and Red. And yes, the phone features a dedicated slot for the S Pen stylus, which makes it a real not, even after belonging to the Galaxy S series.

You can check out more Galaxy S22 Ultra renders below.

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Previously, it is reported that the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to come with a Galaxy Note phone-like design along with a dedicated silo for S Pen. Inside the phone, there will be a Qualcomm or Samsung flagship processor namely Snapdragon 895 or Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU.

Aside from this, the Galaxy S22+ might be renamed Galaxy S22 Pro. Besides, the Galaxy S22 flagship is reportedly going to feature a quite smaller 3700mAh battery. It’s confirmed that the next-gen Galaxy S series will be equipped with a powerful Exynos 2200 SoC with AMD GPU.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 with Exynos 1380 visits Geekbench

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After the flagship Galaxy S23 series in February, Samsung will launch its mid-range A-series phones including the Galaxy A54, next year. We have heard a lot about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A54 smartphone and now it visits the Geekbench database.

Spotted by MySmartPrice, the Geekbench listing reveals some important details about the phone. As per the new information, the Galaxy A54 smartphone, which carries model number SM-A546B, will come with Exynos 1380 mobile platform.

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Samsung is yet to launch the Exynos 1380 processor. It is expected to bring at least two ARM Cortex-A series high-performance CPU cores and the Mali-series GPU for faster performance compared to the Exynos 1280. It is also likely to equip a fully integrated 5G modem with support for mmWave and sub-6GHz connectivity.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 Geekbench

Other than the processor, the Samsung Galaxy A54 Geekbench listing further shows off the single-core and multi-core test results. The report says that the device has managed to score 776 points in the single-core round of the Geekbench 5 test. Whereas, in the multi-core round, the score was recorded as 2599 points.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 to feature 8K recording at 30 fps

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Samsung’s next-gen flagship smartphone lineup could finally bring a significant upgrade in terms of video recording. As per the latest input, the Galaxy S23 is likely to introduce 8K video recording capability at 30 fps. If this leak is correct, it will be noted as a big upgrade when it comes to camera.

IceUniverse, through his cryptic Tweet, revealed that the Galaxy S23 smartphone will feature 8K video recording at 30 fps (frame per second). Do note that the current Galaxy S22 flagship allows you to record 8K high-res videos only at 24 fps (7680×4320).

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Earlier this year, the Korean tech giant introduced the Galaxy S22 smartphone lineup. The device allows you to record 8K videos at 24 fps (7680×4320), 4K UHD videos at 60 fps (3840×2160), 1080p FHD videos at 60 fps (1920×1080) and 720p HD video at 30 fps (1280×720).

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Samsung could launch the Galaxy S23 series in the first week of February 2023 at an in-person Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, United States. As we are still away from the tentative launch timeline, more leaks and rumors will continue to come.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 key features revealed in possible specs sheet

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Samsung Galaxy S23 design concept

Samsung is rapidly working on its next flagship smartphone lineup. Ahead of the official launch, a tipster revealed a possible specs sheet, revealing some of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone.

According to IceUniverse, Samsung Galaxy S23 key specs include a 120Hz OLED display panel with 2340×1080 pixel resolution with up to 1500 nits peak brightness and 240Hz PWM (PWM reduces display luminance).

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Under the hood, the device will use Qualcomm’s 4nm process-based Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, worldwide. However, it’s rumored that the Galaxy S23 phones may equip an overclocked variant of 8 Gen 2.

In terms of memory, the standard Galaxy S23 could come with 8GB RAM along with 128GB and 256GB of internal storage. BTW, the tipster compared S23’s pricing and specs against the iQOO 11 smartphone.

Coming to the battery, Ice claims the Galaxy S23 phone features 3900mAh battery, which can be charged with 25W fast charger. On the flip side, iQOO’s phone features 5000mAh battery along with charging support of up to 120W.

Lastly, the leak included information about the possible primary camera sensor of the Galaxy S23. Not interestingly, the standard model apparently uses a 50MP ISOCELL GN2 camera sensor, while the price could start at $799.

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