The Samsung Galaxy S23 are some of the premium phones that we will know in the first quarter of 2023. These devices from the South Korean firm will seek to surprise users with new features. For this reason, the company is preparing for the mobile presentation event that, according to a recent leak, would already have a defined date. Do you want to know what it is? Here we tell you.
A few weeks ago, the renowned Ice Universe leaker had announced that the Samsung Galaxy S23 would be released on February 1. This last Friday, Samsung’s Colombian page confirmed the date by mistakenly publishing the schedule for the Galaxy Unpacked event on its website.
This information has been removed from the platform, suggesting that samsung colombia was quick to reveal on the day of the Unpacked event. For this reason, the Korean company is expected to make an official announcement for the presentation of the devices soon.
What is known about the Samsung Galaxy S23?
The Galaxy S23 series is presumed to feature three models: Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The smartphones of the brand’s new generation of premium mobiles will integrate the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor in all regions of the world, leaving aside the Exynos chipset.
The future Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200 MP main camera. This will be the ISOCELL HP2 sensor, which has a different technology than the existing ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3. In addition, the 10x zoom periscope sensor will also be renewed.
The leaks also indicate that for the first time the Samsung Galaxy S23 will integrate a 5000 mAh battery, an unusual feature in the high-end smartphones of the South Korean company.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 will support video recording in 8K at 30 fps
The Samsung Galaxy S23 will be one of the first high-end models that we will see in 2023. For this reason, leaks are beginning to emerge about the features that these devices will integrate. One of the most recent information reveals that the mobiles of the South Korean firm will support video recording in 8K at 30 fps.
In a recent tweet, the well-known leaker Ice Universe suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will bring support for 8K video recording at 30 fps, which is a first for the South Korean firm that added the option of 8K at 24 fps in the S22.
Thanks to the support of 8K video at 30 fps, the Samsung Galaxy S23 will record at a higher frame rate. However, by default, the files will be larger.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra would have a screen brightness that will surpass the iPhone 14 Pro Max
There are only a few months left for the official presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S23, so it has been revealing more information about its characteristics. Precisely, a recent leak has just revealed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a screen brightness never seen before that will surpass Apple’s most powerful model, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Through Twitter, the leaker RGCloudS points out that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have an AMOLED panel and could range between 2,200 and 2,100 nits, and its touch sampling rate could be set at 960 Hz, which would place it above the recently presented Vivo. X90 Pro+ and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Although the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra already offers a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits, the South Korean firm seeks brightness at an extra 400 nits, which means almost 25% of the current model and 200 nits more than the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Additionally, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display is reportedly 45% more energy efficient than its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy A54: reveal the design of its next star phone in the mid-range
In March of this year, Samsung launched the Galaxy A53 on the market, which has managed to become one of its best-selling phones in the mid-range. In this sense, the South Korean firm seeks to replicate the same success in the successor to the aforementioned device, the Galaxy A54, which would hit the market earlier than expected.
Precisely, about the Samsung Galaxy A54, the renowned leaker OnLeaks has just revealed images that show the design of the mid-range mobile and some of the features that it will integrate.
The front of the Samsung Galaxy A54 is very similar to its predecessor, as it is built around a centered perforated screen that measures 6.4 inches. It also has the same 120Hz refresh rate and FullHD+ resolution.