Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept render showcases
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept render showcases

Samsung is developing the next-generation S-series flagship smartphones, and information regarding the future devices has already online several times.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to sport a 200MP camera sensor. A new Technizo concept film shows what the camera module on the future flagship would look like.

Meet The New Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept render showcases

According to rumours, the would include a 200-megapixel Samsung HM1 ISOCELL sensor. It’s worth noting that processors like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 may offer up to 200MP single-camera resolution.

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The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, on the other hand, are rumoured to include a 108-megapixel primary camera sensor. On the rear panel of all three versions will be several camera sensors.

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According to existing sources, the smartphones will have an LTPO with a dynamic screen refresh rate ranging from 10Hz to 120Hz. Depending on the location, the smartphones will be powered by the Qualcomm CPU or Samsung’s own Exynos flagship chipset.

For improved connection, the smartphones will have the Qualcomm X70 5G modem. In terms of software, the phones will ship with the newest Android 13 operating system pre-installed, with the company’s proprietary One UI 5 on top.

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