According to leakster Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 5,000mAh battery, which is the same size as the S22 Ultra’s current battery capacity. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which will power the phone, will be more efficient than the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which itself was a significant upgrade over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 seen within the S22 series.
While the Exynos division reorganizes and seeks to create a more competitive flagship chipset, there is a very strong likelihood that the S23 series will only employ Snapdragon CPUs.
Does the fact that the battery capacity is the same suggest that Samsung will continue to use 45W charging, as it did with the S22 Ultra? Although charging speed can still rise, it is quite likely. For instance, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is anticipated to have the same 25W power rating as its predecessor, but it should charge more quickly, reaching 50% in 30 minutes as opposed to 33 percent.
The 200MP sensor that will be used in the new Ultra has been the subject of the Cat’s speculation. The leaker believed it to be a yet-to-be-released HP2, not the 1/1.22” 0.64µm HP1 or the 1/1.4” 0.56µm HP3.
It appears that a source has now officially stated that the ISOCELL HP2, a sensor with 0.6µm pixels, would be used as the new flagship. The optical format should be in the same 1/1.33” range as the present Ultra as a result. There might not be many modifications to the other camera modules.
Be aware that the render that is displayed above could not at all be an accurate representation of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra design. If the main camera sensor isn’t getting any bigger, the 2022 Ultra may not have a need to bring back the camera bump.
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