Samsung is the leader in the smartphone market. This also means it launches new models in myriads of countries worldwide. China is no exception. Recently, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra visited TENAA. This means that the handset will be launched in the country soon. Plus, it’s a good source of information. By the way, the same model has managed to appear in FCC.
The Galaxy S22 successor is scheduled to hit the market early next year. The TENAA listing shows that our protagonist has 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9mm dimensions and weighs 233 grams. We mention this because it’s identical to that of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. In other words, the forthcoming Ultra model will not get major changes.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will sport the same 6.8-inch display. But under the hood, this handset will host the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Prior to this, we had heard that Samsung wouldn’t use Exynos chips this year. By the way, the CPU frequency shows three clusters: 3.36GHz, 2.8GHz, and 2.0GHz. This simply means that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a higher clock speed version of the chip. Apart from this, it will be paired with 8GB or 12GB RAM and 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB storage.
Other specs revealed by the TENAA documents include a 4,885mAh battery. But as you guess, the company will promote it as a 5,000mAh unit. The 6.8-inch screen will boast a resolution of 1,440 X 3,088 pixels and a 19.3:9 aspect ratio.
Though from the TENAA listing, we can’t see any info concerning the camera, it’s been rumored before. According to previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra might come with a new 200MP primary camera with a 1/1.3″ pixel size and 0.6µm. There should be a 12MP secondary lens, and 3x and 10x telephoto cameras with similar hardware. The main camera will be able to record 8K videos at 30fps.