A few weeks before, Samsung introduced its foldable devices, including the new Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4. Both of these devices are powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset. After the launch of these devices, the upcoming Samsung flagship device would be the S Series’ successor.
As per the latest information from the industry, it seems that Samsung has started working on its following flagship devices. Recently, the famous Samsung blogger @Ice Universe revealed the screen size, resolution, and dimensions of all three models, which are expected to be part of this series.
Starting from the standard Galaxy S23, the blogger states this device comes with the exact resolution and display size as in the Galaxy S22 standard version. However, the screen size and resolution of all three models would remain the same, as mentioned by the blogger.
The standard Galaxy S23 will feature a 6.1 inches display with 2340*1080p (Full-HD+) resolution, and its body will have the following dimensions: 146.3*70.9*7.6mm. The device’s thickness is the same, but the area would be slightly larger.
Next, we have Galaxy S23+, which will feature a 6.6 inches display with the same Full-HD+ resolution, and its body has the following dimensions: 157.8*76.2*7.6mm. In the case of this model, it seems that the thickness is very slightly decreased while the area of the device is increased.
At last, we have the high-end Galaxy S23 Ultra, which features a 6.8 inches display with 3088*1440p (2.5K+ resolution); the body dimensions are 163.4×78.1×8.9 mm. Like the other two models, this model is also expected to have a slightly larger body with the same thickness.
Currently, there is no more information regarding the expected Galaxy S23 lineup, but we can conclude that the new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset would power it. It was also previously revealed that Samsung might ditch the use of Exynos chipset due to the new partnership program with Qualcomm.
However, there is very little expectation that Samsung might launch the new Galaxy S23 lineup powered by the Exynos 2230/2300 5G chipset in some regions.