The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is just around the corner. As usual, renders of the respective devices are all over the internet. Among this series, the phone that has captured most people’s attention is undoubtedly the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the highest-end model of the series. Until now, leaks and renders have suggested that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would only have minor variations in design from its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Last Minute Design Update to the Galaxy S23 Ultra
According to CAD renders by OnLeaks, which he shared last month, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was supposed to have slimmer bezels than its predecessor. Besides, the rear camera sensors’ alignment was also slightly different.
However, Twitter user Ice Universe has recently shared that the claims about the Galaxy S23 Ultra having slimmer and more symmetrical bezels than the Galaxy S22 Ultra were false. Besides, he has also stated that the 3X telephoto sensor and the Laser Focus sensor form a bulge, rather than sitting flush, on the back panel. The device will supposedly still feature a less curved display panel than its predecessor, though.
I got some information about the S23 Ultra, it doesn't have a symmetrical bezel like the CAD rendering, it still has a narrow forehead and a wide chin like the S22 Ultra.the laser focus sensor and 3X lens of the camera part are not flat, and there is still a little bulge. pic.twitter.com/rR6oKkShQu
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) October 10, 2022
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will look pretty much the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The decision may be considered reasonable by the users since the design approach of the Galaxy S22 Ultra has been well-received since its launch earlier this year.
The launch of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is imminent, and we expect to see it in the next few months. All the main specifications we know so far about the device are that it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen2, running on a 5000 mAh battery reportedly supporting 25W charging. Besides a new primary camera sensor, Samsung will probably stick with the same sensors this time. The same is the case for the display panel. On the software front, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will launch with OneUI 5.1, based on Android 13. Refer to this post for a detailed explanation of everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.