We’re still a few months away from the debut of the Galaxy S23 series, but rumors say things won’t change much from the current Galaxy S22 series. According to fairly reliable guidelines, the Galaxy S23 will continue with the same screen size and display resolution across the lineup.
according to Ice worldThe Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra will jointly share their basic screen sizes and specifications with the current Galaxy S22 lineup.
Specifically, it collapses like this.
The Galaxy S22 had a 6.1-inch FHD display and the S22 measured 146.0 x 70.6 x 7.6 mm. In the meantime, the Galaxy S23 will have the same screen size little bit Larger case size of 146.3 x 70.9 x 7.6 mm. Basically, it will be a little wider and taller.
The Galaxy S22+ packed a 6.6-inch FHD display in a 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.64mm body. Like the smaller phone, Samsung’s “Plus” model will be a bit taller and wider, but it’s actually a bit thinner at 157.8 x 76.2 x 7.6 mm. However, the screen size does not change.
Finally, the Galaxy S22 Ultra introduced a 6.8-inch QHD display with a boxer design of 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm. It looks like the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have almost the same dimensions at 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9mm.
Does this mean that there won’t be any improvements to Samsung’s next generation flagship phones? of course no. It seems very likely, given the peak brightness of 2,000 nits on the iPhone 14 series, that Samsung’s flagship phones – which get their screens from the same source as Apple, Samsung itself – will see a similar upgrade. Galaxy S22 Ultra peaks at 1,750 nits or 1,200 nits in High Brightness outdoor mode.
The S23 Ultra is also expected to have a flatter display.
But overall, it looks like the Galaxy S23 series will be a relatively minor upgrade. Previous reports have claimed that the design of these new phones also won’t change at all, and elements like the camera are mostly expected to be left unchanged as well. But Samsung is expected to use the Snapdragon chips in most regions under a new partnership with Qualcomm.
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