In Q1 2023, Samsung is rumoured to unveil its premium Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has already been seen on Geekbench and the FCC certification database, will serve as the series flagship. A lot of the device’s critical specifications have now been revealed thanks to the device’s appearance on China’s TENAA database.
According to the advertisement, the SM-S9180 bearing model has a 6.8-inch screen with a resolution of 1440 x 3088 pixels and 16.7M colours. The smartphone weighs 233g and has dimensions of 163.4mm, 78.1mm, and 8.9mm. A performance core of a custom-built (overclocked) Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC seems to be operating at 3.36GHz rather than 3.2GHz. Additionally, the smartphone looks to have 8/12 RAM and choices for 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB of storage.
Galaxy S23 Ultra TENAA certification
The listing makes a significant revelation, namely that the Galaxy S23 Ultra won’t include the device’s most-anticipated feature—a 200MP camera—but rather a 108MP primary camera. Based on this information, the 108MP ISOCELL HM3 sensor that is included in the current-generation S22 Ultra is most likely identical. The device’s rear camera module will also have 2 MP, 12 MP telephoto, and 12 MP ultra-wide sensors. The smartphone will include a 12MP selfie camera on the front.
The smartphone will also come with a gravity sensor, distance sensor, light sensor, and under-screen fingerprint. The Galaxy S23 Ultra features NR NSA bands Band 41, Band 78, and Band 79 as well as NR SA bands Band 79, Band 78, and Band 79, according to the listing. Band 41, Band 28, and Band 2110-2155MHz.