In a few months, the south Korean Manufacturer will unveil its Galaxy S23 range. Even as time continues diminishing, more and more leaks concerning this particular device are being displayed on the web.
Most recent leaks suggest that the smartphone may have a 200 megapixel quad camera, but it is clear that the design has only been somewhat improved and is not entirely new.
The render images embedded below, which depict the purportedly final design of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, were shared by the incredibly trustworthy leaker @OnLeaks in association with SmartPrix shortly after the first render images of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ surfaced.
As claimed by earlier speculations, there aren’t many modifications; at first appearance, the flagship device resembles the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The display and the rear are rounded to the left and right sides, while the front camera is mounted in a punch hole as normal.
Although the number and placement of the four cameras are the same, three now protrude further from the case. This indicates that Samsung uses larger sensors, which call for larger lenses. Rumour has it that the primary camera has a 200-megapixel sensor. The two smallest lenses fit flat inside the shell, contrasting the Galaxy S22 Ultra.