There is no peace for those hoping to get their hands on Samsung’s next flagship devices, the Galaxy S23 Family will be unveiled next week, and in the meantime, rumors are traveling fast. After taking a look at the latest information leaked yesterday, today we see a little more about the screens, the cameras and the processor.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 will have a brighter screen than expected
The three smartphones that arrive next week have some characteristics that distinguish them from each other, some obvious such as the dimensions and the photographic sector (compared to the Ultra model) others less, for example the screen that apparently in the next range will be similar for maximum brightness in all three models.
It appears that the maximum brightness rating for the S23 series is 1750 nits for all three models.
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 23, 2023
In fact, as reported by Roland Quandt on Twitter, it appears that previous rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra had a panel with a maximum brightness of 2000 nits were incorrect, according to Quandt. the three smartphones will have a panel with a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits including, therefore, the basic model Galaxy S23 which, compared to its predecessor, will apparently benefit from an update to bring it in line with its older brothers.
Taking this information well, the differences between the three devices would be reduced to screen size, battery capacity, charging speed, UWB and photosensors.
The zoom potential of the Galaxy S23 Ultra and another flavor of color
Just yesterday we saw how the photographic sensors with which the Ultra model of the Galaxy S23 family will be equipped should be, today we take a look at the rapprochement potential of the model in question. We had already seen how some stores in Nicaragua had already received the Galaxy S23 Ultra, now it seems that an employee recorded videos and took photos that he later posted on the store’s Instagram profile and then took them and shared them on Twitter by the leaker @sondesix.
Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The store that has the phone is already doing some camera tests. 👀
This is a zoom test. pic.twitter.com/Ei7jzaqQUj
—Alvin (@sondesix) January 21, 2023
In the published video we can see it in action. magnify 100x of the S23 Ultra, although it is not possible to assess the quality of the video and the quality of the returned image, it is still something remarkable and knowing Samsung we can easily expect something much better than what is currently offered, in this sense, for the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
However, from the images above – still coming from the same source – we do have some confirmations thanks to the camera software interface – we can really tell the indication of 200 MP of the ISOCELL HP2 sensor, as well as the indication of the possibility of record video in 8K at 30 fps .
Finally, thanks to another tweet that you can see below, we can return to the four available colors of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Here is the Galaxy S23 Ultra in all its colors: Phantom Black, Green, Cream and Lavender! 👀 pic.twitter.com/KO2wtHBU7n
—Alvin (@sondesix) January 21, 2023
Samsung may also use proprietary Snapdragon processors in the future
In recent days, thanks to the intensification of rumors, we have once again seen how Samsung’s new series of smartphones is expected to have as its beating heart an exclusive Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, dubbed Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy ; the Korean giant would have adopted this solution (and the partnership with Qualcomm) aware that its Exynos cannot compete with the counterpart just mentioned.
Please note that this “Snapdragon for Galaxy” for Galaxy S23 series is not something unique. Samsung will likely extend this until its new Exynos chips are ready.
Post that Qualcomm can do this with another OEM. Its first market program for new SoCs will run in parallel
— Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) January 24, 2023
Now, as shared by Yogesh Brar, everything indicates that the company intends to follow this path in the future as well, at least until the proprietary Exynos processors prove to be up to the task. this would likely imply that future Galaxy S24s could also rely on a unique solution created by Qualcomm.