For months, there have been rumors and leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. It has been speculated that the forthcoming flagship phone would include a back camera module that is visually and functionally identical to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The four lenses of the latter’s cameras protrude from the device’s rear. A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC may be what drives the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It could have a 5,000mAh battery and the as-yet-unannounced 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP2 camera sensor.
Famous Twitter leaker Ice universe (@UniverseIce) says the next Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same camera setup as the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (review) is the only variant of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 Ultra with a quad back camera. Each lens protrudes from the rear camera panel, and rings encircle sensors for a clean, modern aesthetic. The laser autofocus sensor is located inside a separate circle.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra boasts four cameras: a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 108-megapixel main camera, and two 10-megapixel sensors.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
There have been rumors that the Galaxy S23 Ultra would use a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and recent leaks confirm this. The rumored battery capacity is 5,000 mAh. In addition, the forthcoming Samsung gadget is said to include a 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP2 camera sensor.
Improvements over the Galaxy S22 Ultra expect with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. In India, the Galaxy S22 Ultra release in February with a starting price of Rs. 1,09,999.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 6.8-inch AMOLED screen can achieve 120 fps. It contains 12GB RAM and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. The phone features up to 512GB of internal storage, a 40-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 5,000mAh battery.
Better battery life
All three Galaxy S22 batteries are unsatisfactory. Even with 5,000 mAh, the Galaxy S22 Ultra couldn’t beat the OnePlus 10 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max in Tom’s Guide’s battery test. Likewise, the Galaxy A53’s battery life isn’t great.
Samsung’s battery life needs improvement. Shrinking the batteries from the Galaxy S21 to the Galaxy S22 (3,700 mAh vs. 4,000 mAh) affected both phones in testing.