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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Here's what the 2023 flagship may look like

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will launch in Q1 2023, is already here in the form of a concept. The device is expected to come with an improved boxy design and updated hardware.

Updated:Thu, June 09, 2022 6:42pm

By Pranav Sawant


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Samsung always saves the best features for its premium smartphones. A few years back, the Galaxy Note series was considered the top-tier phone series by the brand. However, the company axed it, and now, the Samsung Galaxy S series is the top-end series for Samsung flagships. This year, the brand launched the Galaxy S22 Ultra confirming that it is a fusion of the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S. While the S22 Ultra's design is liked by many, it appears that it's already the time that we see what's coming for next year with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.


Design and Display

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the premium flagship of 2023. The phone's concept was made by Technizo and it gives us an idea of how the phone might look.


Built Quality and S-Pen Support

As it is right now, the Galaxy S23 Ultra appears in the boxy form factor. The smartphone has a punch-hole display with curved sides. It should be a 120Hz refresh rate panel. The phone appears to have a silver-colored metal frame with antenna bands visible on it. The concept also shows the S-Pen support of the phone.



Coming to the cameras, the island appears to be more pronounced in the concept. It has multiple cameras on the back with the major highlight being the 200MP main sensor. The concept is based on the recent reports that revealed the phone to have a 200MP Samsung HM1 ISOCELL sensor. The other sensors are unknown, but we can expect those to be telephoto, ultra-wide, and Periscope sensors. Despite the pronounced camera island, the phone has a cleaner look, probably because of its white paint job(in the concept).



Apart from the design, looks, and cameras, rumors have it that the S23 Ultra will come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. But it will also arrive in an Exynos variant. Since it will debut next year, most likely in Q1 2023, we expect it to boot on the Android 13 OS out of the box. What do you think about this rendered Galaxy S23 Ultra? Do you like it, are you excited for its release next year?