At the end of the year or at the beginning of 2023, various major smartphone makers will introduce their annual flagship models. Though Motorola has been winning the race of launching the first Snapdragon 8 phones, Xiaomi and Samsung do not fall behind. We mean that the Korean manufacturer will uncover the Samsung Galaxy S23 in half a year. That’s why it’s logical to think that the smartphones from this series are already in the works. Also, it’s reasonable to get various leaks, rumors and renders concerning this lineup. Today, Technizo Concept demoed another set of renders of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Actually, because of the scarcity of many specs and design elements, the renders show many things inherited from the Galaxy S22 Ultra. But we have to say that the new model looks more attractive and fresher.
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The first thing that catches our eyes is the gold color option used in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders. Plus, the author clearly hints at a 200 MP main camera sensor. Other than that, there is no doubt that this phone will be using the yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. We also assume the manufacturer will still keep support for S-Pen in this next-generation flagship smartphone.
The display of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is even curvier than that of the S22. But we can’t insist that in the final product, we will see the same picture.
Well, the creators of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders have decided to make the camera bulkier. If so, it would be a huge change for Samsung. As a reference, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ came with metallic surrounds for the camera module, but the Ultra version was designed in a way that eliminated an overall array housing. It also left the sensors jutting out a little bit from the frame.