Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 series is expected to keep the design and resolution

After Ice Universe reported earlier that Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra design would remain basically the same, new leaks have surfaced regarding the size, resolution, and screen dimensions of the S23 lineup.

According to GSM Arena, Ice Universe suggests that the display diagonal and resolution of the three models will remain the same, while the height and width will increase by a few tenths of a millimeter.

There’s no word on the weight, but it should be essentially the same as on this year’s Series S. For those hoping that the Galaxy S23 and S23+ screens will finally revert to QHD+ resolution, like the S20 generation, the leak suggests that’s unlikely. However, there are still questions about whether the company will switch to LTPO panels, The Verge reported.

Besides the design, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to have a new 200MP camera, larger FP drive and the same 5000mAh battery capacity, but with a retuned 45W charger to fill it up faster, the 10x periscope will be the same. That’s what the rumors claim with similar reports of the S23 and 23+ telecameras.

A significant change for the Samsung S23 generation will be that it will exclusively use Snapdragon chipsets, analysts have been saying this for a while and Qualcomm itself has hinted heavily at the change, according to GSM Arena.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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