In the past few days, we learned a lot about the Galaxy S23 Ultra design which suggests that Samsung will not bring major design changes to the device. But there is something that the company is significantly improving for Galaxy S23 Ultra and that’s the 200MP camera.
Earlier, several such reports had surfaced that confirmed the 200MP primary camera of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Meanwhile, a new information (via GalaxyClub) again emerged that claims that the upcoming S-Ultra model will feature a massive 200MP primary camera.
However, that this moment, the source does not reveal any other details about the camera or its sensor and pixel size. Whereas, if we consider the older information, the Galaxy S23 Ultra 200MP camera will feature 0.6μm pixel, F1.7 aperture, and 1/1.3 sensor size.
It is worth mentioning that increasing the megapixels doesn’t confirm that Galaxy S23 Ultra will capture much better pictures than the existing model. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a masterpiece, you can zoom up to 100x using its 108MP camera and it is much better than another Android smartphone available on the market.
On the other side, the other three cameras of the Galaxy S23 Ultra will reportedly remain the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It will sport a 12MP ultra wide-angle camera, a 10MP telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom, and another 10MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom.
Galaxy S23 Ultra design changes:
While the Galaxy S23 Ultra renders show off almost the same design as its predecessor, a close look at it details the minor design and body changes.
The device features a less curved display, which is close to a flat screen and it will offer users an even brighter display panel. The bezel dimensions will also convert to 2.4mm x 1.9mm from 2.3mm x 2.6mm. It indicates that the display length is also slightly larger.
Google confirms Galaxy S23 FE coming in two SoC variants
Google Play Console database confirmed that Samsung’s Galaxy S23 FE will be available in two SoC variants. The company is about to introduce a handful of new Fan Edition products including a smartphone, two tablets, and a pair of wireless earbuds.
In a recent development, Samsung’s Galaxy S23 FE surfaced on the Google Play Console database, which not only confirmed that two SoC variants are coming but an image of the phone also got shared. The device will have Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chips, based on market/region.
In addition, the S23 Fan Edition will bring 8GB of RAM, well, at least one of its variants will. It’s easily possible this will be the only RAM variant, though. Android 13 is also confirmed, while One UI 5.1 will be included on top of it as well as eligibility of 4 OS plus 5 years of security updates.
Here’s when Samsung Galaxy Z Fold rival by OnePlus going official!
OnePlus will launch its first foldable smartphone – the OnePlus Open on October 19. A reliable source revealed the launch date, following OnePlus’ announcement about the “soon” arrival of its first foldable handset.
The upcoming OnePlus Open reportedly features a form factor of OPPO Find N2. After Google’s Pixel Fold, the OnePlus Open will compete with Samsung, which has dominated the international foldable market.
Notably, the Chinese phone maker kicked out China’s BOE in favor of Samsung Display. This decision led the vendor delay the unveiling of the foldable phone as major change in its OLED panel supply chain.
OnePlus today announced that #OnePlusOpen is launching “soon”
Now let me tell you what soon means: The very first foldable smartphone from @OnePlus is launching October 19th! 🗓️
I’m truly excited about this device!
— Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) September 20, 2023
Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 on Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus gains sequential improvement
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 Plus featuring the unreleased Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy processor visited Geekbench. Following its first appearance on the benchmark platform in late July, the Galaxy S24 Plus scored slightly better points in the fresh test.
According to the input, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy, powering the Galaxy S24 Plus, scored 2240 points and 6743 points in Geekbench 6’s single-core and multi-core tests. For reference, the device reached up to 2242/6730 and 2233/6661 as of July 2023.
The South Korean tech giant will also introduce the Exynos 2400-powered Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus. These variants will be available in certain markets including Europe, with the Galaxy S24 Ultra only equipped with the Snapdragon chipset.