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The Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra May Have a Flat Screen
People have been talking a lot lately about the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra and how it might look a lot like the current S22 Ultra, especially around the camera array on the back. Now, a new rumor has us thinking about the front of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. According to the rumor, the upcoming flagship may have a flat display or, at the very least, less curved display edges.
As we’ve already said, a design that is too similar isn’t always a bad thing. If Samsung spent less time and money on changing the back panel, it might be able to improve the user experience in other ways. And if you believe the latest rumors, that’s the way Samsung seems to be going with the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Even though the phone’s main camera may look the same, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to have a much thicker metal frame, which should make the screen flat or at least less curved around the edges.
Will the Galaxy S23 Ultra be an even better replacement for the Galaxy Note?
All of the Galaxy Note flagships that came out in the past few years are as good as, or even better than, the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It’s the first Galaxy S device to fully support the S Pen, and in the end, it’s a Galaxy Note premium device dressed up as a Galaxy S.
Recent top-of-the-line Galaxy Note phones from Samsung have had curved screens, and so does the Galaxy S22 Ultra. But the company seems to be figuring out that a flat display works better with the S Pen than a curved one. If the latest rumor is true, the Galaxy S23 Ultra may have a display that is flat or less curved. This could make it the best spiritual successor to the Galaxy Note that fans could have hoped for.
The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will stay mostly the same
As for the rest of Samsung’s upcoming flagship phones, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will likely have the same frame design and size as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. In other words, the screens on both phones should be flat, and the frames should be made of solid metal.
the base and models of the Galaxy S23 will use the same displays, sensors, cameras, and batteries as this year’s model. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset will be the most noticeable change. Samsung will only use it in its best phones in 2023, like the Galaxy S23 series and possibly the foldable phones that will come out next year.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is starting to sound rather uninspiring
A new leak says that the design of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus will stay the same for the third year in a row.
The information comes from a regular Samsung leaker. He says that the design and many of the other key parts are “the same.” He writes, “The S23 and S23+ look just like the S22. Probably the display, the sensor, the camera, and the battery are all the same, and the center frame hasn’t changed either. Processor upgrading to 8Gen2.”
The leaker says that the top model of the S23 line, the Ultra, will have a small change: the screen will be flatter. As Ice Universe puts it, “The S23 Ultra’s most significant upgrade is a broader center frame, which translates to a smaller curved portion of the glass.”
Samsung’s first top-of-the-line phone of 2023 will be the Galaxy S23 line. The phones are likely to come out in late January or early February. Ice Universe had already said that the S23 Ultra will have the “same camera as the S22 Ultra,” so not much may change.
But rumors say that the UK version of the phone will have Qualcomm Snapdragon chips instead of Samsung’s own Exynos chips, which could be good news. The change would be a good thing since the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip in the US version of the Galaxy S22 gave it much better performance than the Exynos 2200 chip in the UK version. From what Qualcomm has said recently, it sounds like the S23 will have Snapdragon processors all over the world.