As we read in the last few reports that the upcoming Samsung smartphone has almost the same specifications as its predecessor. Samsung Galaxy S23 series unofficial looks also appeared online and it looks like a Galaxy S22 Ultra’s copy.
However, Samsung recently released the One UI 5.0 Beta 3 software update for the Galaxy S22 series consumers and also Samsung plan to release One UI 5.1 very soon. As per some reports, Samsung will launch the One UI 5.1 update with its upcoming Galaxy S23 series.
According to the latest report, an unknown Samsung 5G model spotted on the 3C certifications website with the model number SM-S9180. The latest device is equipped with a charger model EP-TA800 and supports up to 25W output.
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The report just shared by the well-known Weibo blogger Digital Chat Station and the tipster also told that this device is Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone called Galaxy S23 Ultra and it is also the first device that will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
According to the 3C certification whoever applied for this Samsung 5G mobile phone will be the Samsung (china) Investment Co., Ltd., the manufacturer is Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., and not even this plus production plant is Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen Company. 22 September is the first certification date.
Previously, the well-known tipster Ice Universe claims that the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra uses a 200-megapixel image sensor with 0.6 microns (μm) pixels, a 1/1.3″ outsole, and an F1.7 aperture. Talking about the 200-megapixel image sensor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will not be the first smartphone to use this sensor as this sensor has already been launched with a Motorola device.
The Galaxy S23 series was rumored to be the first of its order to release particularly with Qualcomm silicon. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is may have the entire benefits of TSMC’s N4 node. And raise its Cortex-X3 core to 3.5 GHz. Even so, Samsung doesn’t wish to destroy Exynos.
With the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung also introduced the Emergency SOS via satellite enabling messaging with emergency services. This work effectively when outside of cellular or Wi-Fi coverage. Via the feature, you’ll be able to reach the emergency services regardless of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. Satellite connectivity can also be used to share your location with friends and family via Find My. In 15 seconds, you can send the simple SOS message in clear sky conditions, or for several minutes during overcast. Samsung narrates its story regarding the Satellite connectivity providers.
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