The Samsung Galaxy S23 from Samsung is expected to be introduced sometime in the first half of 2023. Leaked dimensions and display characteristics for the rumored Galaxy S23 trio add credence to the “similar design” notion that the forthcoming flagship lineup will look quite similar to the Galaxy S22 series.
Let’s begin with the Samsung Galaxy S23, the entry-level device. The phone is said to measure 146.3 x 70.9 x 7.6 mm and features a 6.1-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 x 1080. The Galaxy S22’s dimensions are 146 x 70.6 x 7.6 mm, and it has the same screen size and resolution as the Galaxy S10.
The most recent rumor is that the three Galaxy S23 variants will share the same screen dimensions and pixel densities as the S22 line. The Galaxy S23+ is expected to sport a 6.6-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 x 1080, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to have a 6.8-inch display with a resolution of 3088 x 1440. Even so, it’s probable that the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s screen will be thinner than the one on the 2022 model.
New leaks have surfaced concerning the screen size, resolution, and dimensions of Samsung’s S23 line-up, contradicting earlier reports by Ice Universe that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra design would remain largely unchanged.
Ice Universe has reportedly hinted to GSM Arena that all three versions will keep the same display diagonal and resolution while growing in height and width by a few tenths of a millimeter.
No information on weight is available, however, it is likely to be similar to that of the 2018 S-series. The leak claims that the Galaxy S23 and S23+ will not return to the QHD+ resolution of the S20 generation for its panels. The Verge noted that the company’s potential transition to LTPO panels remains uncertain.
Aside from cosmetic changes, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to feature a new 200MP camera, a larger FP reader, and the same 5,000mAh battery capacity as the S22 Ultra (although with a returned 45W charger to fill it up faster), all while maintaining the same 10x periscope. The S23 and 23+ tele cameras have been the subject of similar speculations, thus it stands to reason that this is the case.
Analysts have speculated for some time that the Samsung S23 lineup will employ just Snapdragon chipsets, and Qualcomm has firmly hinted at the switch.