Samsung Galaxy S23 Series To Come With The Same Display Size And Resolution As The S22 Series [Tipped]

Samsung is planning to launch a next-generation flagship Galaxy S23 series in Q1 of 2023. Last month, a noted Samsung tipster, Ice Universe, revealed the S23 Ultra would launch with the same camera design as the Galaxy S22 Ultra

Now the Galaxy S23 series is now rumored to come with the same display size and resolution as the S22 series. The Galaxy S23 series will come with three different models, including Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra. Read more Samsung September 2022 Security Update Tracker

A noted tipster, Ice Universe has published a post on his Weibo Chinese social media account that reveals the next-gen Samsung Galaxy S23 Series will launch with the same display size and resolution as the S22 series. Read more Samsung Won’t Update These Devices To One UI 5 [Android 13]

Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Leaked Display Specification:

According to the tipster, the Galaxy S23 will feature a 6.1-inches display with 2340×1080 resolution, the Galaxy S23+ will sport a 6.6-inch display with 2340×1080 resolution, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra will come with a 6.8-inch display with 3088×1440 resolution. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series display size and resolution are similar to the Galaxy S22 series.

The tipster also reveals the measurement of the Galaxy S23 series. The base model Galaxy S23 will measure 146.3×70.9×7.6mm and is slightly bigger than the S22. The S23 Plus model will measure 157.8×76.2×7.6mm and is a little bit thinner. Read more Samsung One UI 5.0 Fingerprint Animation Change is Minor

Moreover, Galaxy S23 Ultra will measure 163.4×78.1×8.9mm, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 163.3×77.9×8.9 mm design. Apart from this, the blogger does not reveal any other specifications of the Galaxy S23 Series. Read more Samsung One UI 5.0 Smart Suggestion Widget

According to the previous report, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will sport a 200 MP HP2 sensor with the same camera design as S22 Ultra. Under the hood, the S23 series should be powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

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