- We now have trusted leaked renders for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
- It doesn’t appear that the 2023 model will be much different from the 2022 model.
- It’s likely Samsung will rely only on internal hardware upgrades.
Reliable leaker Steve ‘OnLeaks’ Hemmerstoffer shared apparent Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus renders yesterday but teased another leak today. Yes, the leaker and SmartPrix have now dished out supposed Galaxy S23 Ultra renders.
These renders are our first apparent look at Samsung’s upcoming Ultra phone, and it looks like very little has changed compared to the S22 Ultra. Check out the image at the top of the page and the images in the gallery below.
The renders show a quad rear camera system, giving us hope that Samsung is maintaining the same basic setup as its predecessors (main/ultrawide/3x/10x). Otherwise, we’ve still got a center-mounted punch-hole cutout on the front.
As for dimensions, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to measure 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8mm, complete with a 6.8-inch screen. These measurements mean it’s virtually identical to the S22 Ultra’s 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm. Either way, those who thought the Ultra device was a little too big for them might be disappointed here.
This is just the latest in a string of Galaxy S23 series leaks and rumors. Previous leaks point to a QHD+ screen for the S23 Ultra (and FHD+ screens for the S23 and S23 Plus), a 200MP camera for the Ultra variant, and an earlier launch. Samsung and Qualcomm also announced a deal earlier this year that will see Snapdragon silicon power Galaxy flagships “globally,” suggesting more regions will get Snapdragon power next year.