This year, Samsung launched the noteworthy Galaxy S22 series smartphones with most of the latest and advanced features. On the other hand, the Galaxy S22 Ultra combines the unrivaled power of the Note series and the iconic S-Pen with the pro-grade camera and performance of the S series to set the new standard for premium smartphones.
Meanwhile, people are already excited about the 2023’s Samsung Galaxy S23 series that will arrive with further improvements and new technologies. Now, according to the latest report (GalaxyClub), Samsung may again use the 10MP telephoto camera in its upcoming Galaxy S23/S23+ smartphones, similar to the Galaxy S22.
However, we can take this information as a pinch of salt as the official information is yet to be released. We are still waiting for the details of the primary and ultrawide sensors that S23 series phones will use.
June 13, 2022: Concept shows curved display, massive camera
Recently, an emerging concept creator Technizo Concept has shared the renders of this upcoming phone in an Orange color that looks great.
The images also show that the Galaxy S23 Ultra is upgraded in two important aspects, such as the display and camera. Well, the device still has a punch hole for the selfie camera, however, with noticeable curves on the edges.
The creator has very well arranged the cameras. Four cameras along with a flashlight are showcased on the module. The module also reveals a 200MP camera, which is the company’s own ISOCELL image sensor launched in 2021. Read more
June 13, 2022: Concept shows waterfall display, massive camera
There’s no official information available regarding the design language of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, however, the concept shows off how Samsung can improve the design of its next flagship. According to the video, the Galaxy S23 Ultra phone features major upgrades in terms of two important aspects i.e. display and camera. Read more
May 25, 2022: Huawei-inspired space-saving feature
According to Esper’s report, all smartphones that will come pre-installed with Android 13 OS, including the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, will use the Enhanced Read-Only File System. EROFS was created by Xiang Gao when working as an engineer at Huawei.
This technology offers significant advantages over existing file systems, including space-saving compression and speed. It will direct to potentially faster update downloads and a little less storage space lost to the system. Read more
May 11, 2022: 200MP camera under development
According to the latest info, the company has started developing a 200MP camera and it will be used in Galaxy S23 series.
However, it is not yet known whether the Korean smartphone giant has made a final decision about loading the Galaxy S23 Ultra with a 200-megapixel camera. While the highest number of pixels on a Samsung smartphone at 108 million is the Galaxy S22 Ultra camera.
May 4, 2022: Colorful 3D renders
An emerging concept innovator HoiINDI has created the 3D design of the upcoming smartphone in the form of video. Besides Green, the renders revealed two more pleasant color options including Black and Pink. All three color variants look amazing in their 360-degree look.
May 2, 2022: 200MP camera is rumored
Samsung is working on the ISOCELL HP3 which is a 200MP camera sensor, It could come in the upcoming Galaxy S23 series of smartphones. It could also be used in this year’s foldable Galaxy Z Flip 4 or the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
This ISOCELL camera sensor takes 8K videos at 30 frames per second. Merging the pixels eliminates the need to crop or scale down the image resolution, and this seems truly advantageous. Read more
April 30, 2022: Concept appeared in Green
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept has again appeared, with a more futuristic approach than this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra. The device seems too slim and yes, the no module camera design with the Note + S combination is making a comeback.
The image showcases the device in a Green color that looks stunning with the rearranged camera system. There are four cameras which are arranged in 2+2 format. The primary camera and wide-angle lens are placed vertically while the two telephoto sensors are placed exactly parallel.
— HoiINDI (@HoiIndi) April 30, 2022
April 25, 2022: Mind-blowing concept is here
Created by a concept maker, the Galaxy S23 Ultra concept shows the possible design of the top model of the next Samsung S series flagship. While there’s no confirmed information about the 200MP camera installation, we can find it in the concept video.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra might feature a rearranged camera system in a 2+2 form factor. While the primary and wide-angle camera sensors are placed vertically, the device has the rest two Telephoto lenses parallelly away, while one lens is installed alongside the LED flash circle. Read more
April 13, 2022: No MediaTek chipset planned
Recently, there were rumors that Samsung is planning a MediaTek chipset for Galaxy S23 series. But a tipster claims that it’s not true.
Samsung has no plans to use the MediaTek Dimensity chipset in the forthcoming Galaxy S23 series smartphone. It will continue to use an Exynos or Snapdragon chipset depending on the region. Read More
April 6, 2022: MediaTek processor
Samsung is looking to load MediaTek’s AP on the Galaxy S22 Fan Edition (FE) and Galaxy S23, which will be released in the second half of 2022. About half of the Galaxy S22 FE and Galaxy S23 smartphones sold in Asia are expected to use MediaTek’s APs. Read More
March 25, 2022: Project Diamond
In a recent development, a report appeared online to claim that Galaxy S23 is codenamed “Project Diamond”.
Previously, a leak revealed that Samsung is working on three foldable, probably rollable smartphones that are codenamed “Project Diamond”. However, it seems doubtful as Samsung hasn’t made any announcement about the rollable phone.
On the other hand, the “Project Diamond” is a real thing and it has nothing to do with a rollable phone. Rather, it’s the internal codename for Samsung Galaxy S23.
We hear Samsung’s Project Diamond is the S23…Doesn’t look like a 3rd foldable device this year. But now we know what S23 is called internally…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) March 24, 2022
March 15, 2022: Galaxy S23 Ultra Render
A renowned content creator HoiINDI has created renders of the Galaxy S23 Ultra to create more excitement among the Galaxy fans.
However, the form factor of the Galaxy S23 Ultra concept is very similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, including sharp corners and a curved edge display. With the overall design language displays, Samsung will next offer an even more beautiful combination of the Galaxy S + Galaxy Note.
More interestingly, HoiINDI showcases the 2023’s Ultra with an under-display camera. This ultimately suggests that Samsung is finally ready to bring the new technology to the market.
Well, these are just early-stage leaks of the Galaxy S23 and we may have to wait for a little longer to reach any conclusion. This is a dedicated tracker for Samsung Galaxy S23 leaks and rumors, and I’ll be bringing every small and big detail about the smartphones here. So stay tuned.
Most incredible Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept is here!
The craze for this year’s Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is still not down, with fans excited to see what new technologies and upgrades will come to the Galaxy S23 Ultra next year. The most exciting thing is its design which is likely to get more satisfactory.
So far, we have witnessed various Galaxy S23 Ultra renders that showcases different designs, colors, camera modules, display, etc. However, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s beloved boxy shape which allowed Samsung to add the S Pen into the design was common.
Meanwhile, an emerging concept creator HoiINDI has appeared with a whole new concept of the upcoming smartphone that shows a more futuristic design than any other. The most noticeable two upgrades that the idea announces are display and camera.
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Massive camera
Although the design shows three rear cameras, there’s a giant camera that will surely be able to capture perfect shots. This design also reveals a 200MP, however, it’s not the recently launched Samsung ISOCELL HP3.
On Galaxy S23 Ultra, the company will use its first-gen 200MP camera which is ISOCELL HP 1. This is because the new sensor is judged as a lower model than the previous one due to its smaller size. Whatever the case would be, the device’s camera is going to be the company’s other hit.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Waterfall display
With this year’s S-Ultra model, Samsung provided slightly curved edges. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra will bring a more curved display. Also, the rumor that claimed the device will equip an under-display front camera has ended with this render as it shows a punch-hole selfie shooter.
Apart from these, the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports the S Pen which has an in-body compartment. It will have a Type-C port for charging and will not have a 3.5mm audio jack like its predecessor. Also, it’s worth mentioning that the new device has ditched the S22 Ultra’s non-camera module design.
Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 will have 4 Android and One UI upgrades
Samsung will probably launch the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphones on August 10. The devices will however come pre-installed with last year’s Android 12L OS but a completely new customs OS – One UI 4.1.1 that will bring additional new features to the users.
Meanwhile, it is officially confirmed that Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will get four major Android and One UI operating system upgrades and five years of security patch updates. It means these devices will get major updates till Android 16-based One UI 8 (possibly).
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4/Flip 4 four Android upgrades:
Earlier this year, Samsung made a significant shift in its software update policy, which claims that your flagship Galaxy smartphones will get 4 major Android OS updates instead of 3 and also a year ahead security patches. Even select Galaxy A series phones are eligible for this treatment.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are two of the flagship Galaxy phones, which means these are compatible with Samsung’s new software update policy and will get 4 Android upgrades in addition to security patches for a year.
You purchased a flagship smartphone means you have put on so much money and you will not buy any other flagship phones for years. The new policy will better meet the longer lifecycle of smartphones and improve the long-term security if you are dependent on them.
Samsung President just revealed future of Galaxy Note and S23 Ultra
By giving the S Pen support to the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung hinted that it has killed the Galaxy Note smartphone lineup. Later on, the company officially confirmed that there will not be any new Galaxy Note phone, while the S Pen stylus will live on.
According to the latest information dug by tipster IceUniverse, Samsung President of mobile division, TM Roh said that the Galaxy Note will continue to appear in the future, however, in the form of S Ultra, starting this year. To be mentioned, this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra is a true successor to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
It means future Ultra models will continue to be equipped with a Galaxy Note phone-like design with sharp corners and a larger display. And of course, Samsung won’t forget to bring the S Pen support with the future Ultra models of the Galaxy S series, as well.
Samsung says it is noteworthy, meanwhile, it is a hybrid variant of the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S flagships as the company just merged the Note’s design into the Ultra model of the Galaxy S flagship lineup. It made the S Pen silo arrive in the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and it will continue in the future as well.
TM Roh：“Starting from this year, Galaxy Note will appear in the form of S Ultra every year.” pic.twitter.com/TIKX85razb
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 30, 2022
Galaxy S23 Ultra
Samsung is likely to introduce the Galaxy S23 series early next year, however, there’s nothing official. Going by the statement of Samsung President TM Roh, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will pack a Galaxy Note line design such as sharper corners, a bigger display, and S Pen support alongside its dedicated compartment.
With the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the South Korean tech giant has impressively reduced the latency of the S Pen, making the note-taking experience similar to the real pen-copy writing feel. We can expect, the company will bring more features and durability with the next generation of Galaxy S Ultra.
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