Samsung’s Galaxy S 23 rumours and leaks have begun to pick up steam. Recently, we learned a few details about the forthcoming Galaxy S 23 series’ display. The next Galaxy S 23 will have significantly bigger bezels than the Galaxy S22, according to a reputable leaker. Although the change is slight, it might give the gadget a bigger appearance.
According to well-known tipper Ice Universe, Samsung will extend each of the Galaxy S23’s four bezels by 0.15mm. This won’t change anything, but it can give the device a somewhat thicker appearance than it had before.
The Galaxy S 23 will have the same 6.1-inch display as the current model, but it will be somewhat longer and broader than the current model, as evidenced by the additional 0.15mm bezels, the source also recently revealed.
There are reportedly no display size increases in the forthcoming Galaxy S23 series. They might, however, have better specifications, like the ability to sustain a higher peak brightness level, less power usage, and more.
The S23 series, which debuted this year, is expected to include three models: the Galaxy S 23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S 23 Ultra. There are reportedly significant upgrades in the top-tier S23 Ultra. According to a recent source, the gadget will have a 200-megapixel main sensor on the back with pixels of 0.6 mm in size, 1/1.3 inches in size, and an aperture of f/1.7 to let in more light.
The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 SoC from Qualcomm is anticipated to power every model in the series, which will emphasise battery economy. Samsung has not yet provided any information on the series. In 2023, the galaxy S23 series will debut.