Connect with us


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Unpacked 2023, Launch Date, Specs, Price and Latest News



Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event 2023

2023 has begun, which is going to be another year for Samsung’s dominance in the global smartphone market. Samsung will launch Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra on February 1st, 2023, while, we are already getting information about them via leaks and rumors.

Through the Galaxy S23 Ultra leaks, we are sure that the device will be a hit for Samsung this year. The Galaxy S22 Ultra still remains the widely available beast in the Android market, however, its sequel will definitely snatch this crown as soon as it goes official.

Follow Sammy Fans on Google News

Samsung Galaxy S23 Reserve

Leaks, rumors & news

In the recent past, tipsters revealed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have great night photography capabilities, like night vision. There is still confusion about the edges of the device as two sources are speculating less curved edges and flat panel.

A few days back, the promotional images of the Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra leaked revealing design and key information. The Galaxy S23 Plus will have new camera design, inspired by S22 Ultra along with new signature colors such as Green and Pink.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Promo Material


Well-known tipster Onleaks revealed the design of Galaxy S23 Ultra along with other two handsets including the standard and Plus. Notably, the company is not bringing major design changes in the Ultra model and it looks quite similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

We can see slight enhancements in the middle frame of S23 Ultra, which could improve the durability and display peak brightness by reducing curved edges. Compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra has a less curved display and a thicker middle frame.


200MP camera sensor will be biggest specs upgrade in Galaxy S23 Ultra, while, it will be equipped with latest hardware elements available in the market such as Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. It will have quad-camera system with 200MP + 12MP + 10MP + 10MP on the back along with a 12MP selfie snapper.

The device will come pre-installed with Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software version and support 4 Android OS + 5 years of security updates. Under the hood, it packs a 5000mAh battery which supports fast charging up to 45W, however, you will be needing to purchase an adapter separately.

Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display is expected to expand to 6.8-inch, the same as its predecessor with features like extra brightness and always-on display. The screen will also support S Pen input alongside interactive functions such as Air Actions. And the storage options could include: 12GB RAM + 256/512/1TB.

Jan. 03// Tipster Ahmed Qwaider revealed the display size and refresh rate of the Galaxy S23 series devices. As per the input, the Galaxy S23 has a 6.1 inch display while the Galaxy S23 Plus display expands 6.6 inch with 48-120Hz refresh rate. The Galaxy S23 Ultra features 6.8-inch screens with 1-120Hz refresh rate.

Release Date

Various South Korean media outlets revealed that the Galaxy S23 series will be introduced in February 2023. Later, prominent leakers claimed that the company will be holding an in-person Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 1st to unveil new flagship phones.


Samsung introduced the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 iteration in October 2022, which may be succeeded by the One UI 5.1. The next One UI version will also be based on Android 13, while it could bring additional new features, user interface improvements and exclusive features for S23 series.


The Galaxy S23 Ultra could come with a starting price tag of $1200, the same as its predecessor. However, the company will bring exciting offers, discounts and freebies (Samsung Credit, SmartThings Station, Buds 2 Pro) in initial purchases including pre-reservation and pre-orders.

Reserve Galaxy S23 and get $50 Samsung Credit and more, here’s how to

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.


Samsung Galaxy S23 FE could launch by September this year



SAmsung Galaxy S23 Plus

Samsung could launch the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone in August or September this year. This information is arriving from a trusted German blog –, which has a solid track record of Samsung leaks.

According to the information, Samsung started testing Galaxy S23 FE prototypes at the end of April. Usually, phone makers begin this procedure about three months before the market unveiling of the product.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

The Galaxy S23 FE carries the model number SM-S711, while its internal codename is R11. The primary camera is getting upgraded to a 50-megapixel sensor, while other sensors may remain the same as the Galaxy S21 FE.

Earlier, it was reported that the Galaxy S23 FE will be equipped with Exynos 2200 processor. It’s the same processor, which Samsung used in European models of the Galaxy S22 series.

Another rumor claims that the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 may be used in the company’s next-gen affordable Galaxy S phone. It will help Samsung maintain the price point and offer decent performance alongside.

| Source  |

Continue Reading


Samsung Galaxy S23’s camera sensor shift animation coming to S22 series



Samsung Galaxy S22 S23 Ultra

Samsung is the only Android vendor, which shares almost every new flagship feature with older models through firmware updates. So far, the company rolled out a lot of new Galaxy S23 features to Galaxy S22, S21, and even the S20 series while enhanced camera animation is coming too.

According to the latest info, Samsung will roll out enhanced camera zoom animation from the Galaxy S23 smartphones to the Galaxy S22 series. As of now, there’s no such information regarding the distribution, however, it could happen in the near future.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

Samsung community moderator and in-charge of Camera operations confirmed that the Galaxy S23 will be supported for Galaxy S23’s smooth camera zoom animation. Before the rollout, the company will notify users about the schedule through a community post.

In particular, the Galaxy S Ultra models are equipped with quad camera sensors, which the phone uses as per zoom adjustments. In the latest S23 Ultra, the sensor-shift animation is way too smooth compared to its predecessors, which will be coming to the S22 series, at least.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Camera Zoom Animation

| Source |

Continue Reading


Green/pink lines appear on Galaxy S21 screen, Samsung’s May update is culprit?



Samsung Galaxy S21 Green Pink Lines

It looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S series is the victim of the terrible green and/or pink lines issue. Consumers of Galaxy S20 Plus are already facing the problem and now it’s popping up on its predecessor. Following the May update installation, some Galaxy S21 users reported green/pink lines problems.

According to user reports, their Galaxy S21 series smartphones have also become the victim of the green/pink lines issue, which appeared on the Galaxy S20 lineup. And even those annoying display lines have appeared without any kind of drop or external damage/water insertion.

Follow our socials → Google News, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook

Samsung released the Galaxy S21 in early 2021, and the lineup has completed two years of launch at this point. As the devices got out of warranty, it becomes a pricey concern to get the screen replaced, as it could cost approx $300 in the United States.

Consumers say that they first noticed a single colored line on the screen, which further expanded with the second colored line. As Samsung consumers are aware of the display problem, they are not making efforts to solve it through a firmware update, as it’s not a solution at all.

The Galaxy S21 series models are quite expensive and Samsung should acknowledge the problem. A free screen replacement program should be opened for Galaxy users where they can reach and get their phones checked. If found it manufacturer defect, the screen should be replaced free of cost.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Green Pink Lines

| Via/Source1/Source2 |

Continue Reading