All the current rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S23

 All the current rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S23

Features that Samsung may incorporate into the upcoming Galaxy S phone

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The Galaxy S23 will have some big shoes to fill when it debuts, but we're convinced Samsung can do just that with its new batch of better devices.

The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus felt among this year's launches to be more iterative than innovative, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra had no such issue, bringing the Galaxy Note back to life.

Although the Galaxy S23 rumors are just beginning, we wanted to discuss what is already known and what we hope to see. Here's everything we currently know about the Galaxy S23 plus our Wish List.

The latest news on the Samsung Galaxy S23 (updated September 20)

According to a source, Samsung may reconsider its decision to make the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 the sole chip for the Galaxy S23, which points to a possible return of Exynos.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 is rumored to be receiving a downgrade that will result in higher bezels but not a larger screen.

Despite distant rumors, Samsung will not release a buttonless Galaxy S with the Galaxy S23.

The Galaxy S23 Plus appears to have received battery certification in South Korea, which puts the S23 series on schedule to debut in February 2023.

When will the Samsung Galaxy S23 be available?

We expect the Galaxy S23 to launch in a similar manner to the Galaxy S22, which was launched in February. It is possible that Samsung delayed the release of the Galaxy S22 because it needed to find a way for the Galaxy S21 FE, which was released in January 2021. Of course, Samsung is not expected to work on the Galaxy S22 FE, so its plans to release the S23 may not be affected.

Either way, it seems certain that the Galaxy S23 will debut in the first half of 2023. At present, the phone's release dates are quite regular, so we don't expect Samsung to stray from this trend, even if the launch of previous phones has been delayed due to the virus pandemic. Corona and the shortage of chips.

However, if you want evidence of a possible February 2023 launch, a battery for a phone fitting the description of the Galaxy S23 Plus surfaced in early September to receive certification with a South Korean organization. The date coincides with the introduction of the S22, which seems to indicate a February 2023 launch is on schedule.

Design for Samsung Galaxy S23

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may have a very similar look to its predecessor in terms of design. According to a recent tip from leaker Ice Universe, the smartphone will have dimensions of 6.43 x 3.07 x 0.35 inches, which is a slight improvement over the Galaxy S22 Ultra's dimensions of 6.42 x 3.06 x 0.35 inches. This is all true despite the fact that the new camera tip is believed to be one way we can get a bigger camera module and a thicker phone overall.

Since this initial report was published, Ice Universe has been examining the situation more closely and believes that Samsung may be working on increasing the thickness of the Galaxy S23's bezel. We still don't know why the bezel was thicker; It may be a decision to increase durability. As the phone's release date approaches, we'll want to keep an eye on it.

According to another Ice Universe rumor (opens in a new tab), the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will look a lot like the S22 series. The dimensions and screen size of the phones are largely identical to those of the previous versions. The Galaxy S23 will have a 6.1-inch 1080 x 2340 display, a 6.6-inch Galaxy S23 Plus with a 1080 x 2340 resolution, and the S23 Ultra a 6.8-inch 1440 x 3088 display, according to the source. This is exactly what the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra now offer as a point of comparison.

Samsung Galaxy S23 cameras

The 200MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which would be a huge improvement over the 108MP camera found on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, has been the subject of many speculations.

The rumor of this camera has recently gained a lot of momentum, but according to a new leak, Samsung may opt for the older ISOCELL HP1 sensor instead of the more modern ISOCELL HP3 sensor.

But according to a recent rumor, Samsung's unannounced sensor, later identified as ISOCELL HP2, will give the Galaxy S23 Ultra a 200MP camera that will outperform the existing HP1 and HP3 cameras at 200MP.

This may come in handy for Samsung's upcoming flagship device. Samsung's HP3 is a mid-range sensor, while Motorola's X30 Pro or Motorola Edge 30 Ultra are rumored to use the larger and more advanced HP1 sensor. Samsung may be planning an additional sensor for its flagship in a bid to outpace its competitors.

If you're interested in this sensor's capabilities, Samsung showed one on film by taking a photo of a cat and then enlarging it to fit a 28 by 22-meter canvas that was hanging on the side of a building. The visual was amazing, though it's hard to confirm with a YouTube video rather than in person. Individual cat hairs can be seen clearly, and details look incredibly sharp.

Due to the low megapixel count, some of the largest phone cameras may have an issue with it. The 200MP main camera may hold the key to getting more out of Samsung's Galaxy phone photography, according to the company's video.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to have a 200MP camera, according to the leak, and it may compete with the iPhone 14 Pro. According to a tweet from Ice Universe, the phone's 200MP camera will have 0.6mm pixels and a larger f/1.7 aperture to capture more light. This indicates a barely noticeable increase in camera sensor size from the S22 Ultra, however it is said to be only marginally larger than the 48MP camera sensor found in the iPhone 14 Pro.

Another report states that the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will feature a 12MP front camera. This rumor comes from GalaxyClub. Since the 2019 release of the Samsung Galaxy S10, neither model has received an increase in selfie resolution.

It's not clear what additional changes might be needed or if this story is true. However, since the front-facing camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra is 40MP, it's about time Samsung gave two less expensive models a camera upgrade.

There won't be any modifications to the telephoto cameras, so be prepared. According to sources at GalaxyClub, the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will include a 10MP telephoto camera, just like the S22 and S22 Plus, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra will continue to have a 10MP camera with 10x optical zoom. This doesn't rule out other possible tweaks to zoom cameras, but it seems unlikely that anything would change if the sensor were the same resolution.

Samsung Galaxy S23 chipset

The Galaxy S23 processor has only been the subject of contradictory rumors up to this point. A tipster first confirmed that Samsung would use a MediaTek chip in select Galaxy S23 models, but that confirmation has since been revealed. Then it looked as though Samsung would stop making its own Exynos chips so it could focus on its brand-new exclusive Galaxy chipset that will be available by 2025. Qualcomm appears to have confirmed that over the summer, Snapdragon will only supply silicon for the Galaxy S23 series.

Given that Samsung has used the Exynos chipset in some of its previous Galaxy S models, it makes sense that the company would want to find ways to improve it. Exynos-powered Samsung phones usually perform worse than Snapdragon-powered devices; This was certainly the case during our Galaxy S22 benchmark testing.

However, according to leaker Ice Universe, there is an internal debate about whether to make Qualcomm the exclusive power source for the Galaxy S23. Since some models feature the Exynos 2300, this may indicate an Exynos revival.

Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S23

Samsung S23 Ultra is expected to have a 5,000mAh battery, same as the S22 Ultra and S21 Ultra. The suspected Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which may be built into the phone and may help significantly by enhancing the power management features, could be the lifesaver of the phone.

The Galaxy S23 may be referred to internally at Samsung as "Project Diamond," which is the only other tip we've heard. According to DSCC analyst Ross Young, many people previously believed that this codename instead referred to a third foldable.

What we want to see from the Samsung Galaxy S23

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Here's what we hope to see as Samsung has plenty of time to finalize some Galaxy S23 details.

Long lasting batteries

In a word, the battery life of the three Galaxy S22 versions falls short of expectations. In Tom's Guide's battery life test, even the Galaxy S22 Ultra with a 5,000mAh battery couldn't last as long as devices like the OnePlus 10 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max. The mid-range Galaxy A53's battery life isn't great either.

Samsung may be up against the OnePlus 11 Pro, which may also debut in 2023, and it will need to improve its battery life. It was a bad idea to reduce the battery capacity from the Galaxy S21 to the Galaxy S22 (3700 mAh vs 4000 mAh) and Galaxy S22 (4500 mAh vs 4800 mAh), which clearly affected both phones in the test.

Improved cooling

At this point, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip has been known to get hot. This results in throttling issues, especially in demanding games. In addition, it was discovered that Samsung deliberately restricts many applications to protect system performance. The procedure established one thing: the Galaxy S22 needs better cooling. For some, the act ultimately came across as sleazy or downright evil.

In my experience, the OnePlus 10 Pro's innovative cooling mechanism makes the phone feel more pleasant than the Galaxy S22 Ultra after extended gaming sessions. The S22 can get really hot, but we're not hoping for something on par with the best gaming smartphones. We expect the Galaxy S23 to address this.

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Exynos, Snapdragon or higher

Look, we're all in favor of ending Qualcomm's near global monopoly on Android smartphones. Of all the greatest Android phones, Snapdragon CPUs provide the best performance. Samsung's Exynos CPUs are inferior to Qualcomm's in many aspects, though Apple Silicon is still light years ahead in other areas.

With its AMD-powered graphics, the flagship Exynos 2200 raised a lot of expectations, but in the end, it was mediocre at best. Samsung needs to figure out why Exynos chips are inferior to Snapdragons or give up and switch to the ubiquitous Snapdragons.

Continuous zoom

Smartphone telephoto lenses have the disadvantage that you must either use the full optical zoom or resort to using digital to fill in the gaps. According to rumors about the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung was planning to implement continuous zoom, which would allow the phone to easily zoom from 1x to 10x and all points in between.

While we hope Samsung will include this in all three Galaxy S23 versions, we suspect the Ultra will be the only device that offers it.

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distinguish a more effective model

The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus are, let's face it, pretty boring devices. They lack many new features and have a similar appearance to their predecessors. The main improvement was better "night photography" for low-light photos, although it was clear that Samsung focused all its efforts on the most expensive Galaxy.

While it's reasonable, we'd really like to see something added to the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 that elevates them above incremental improvements. In fact, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus offer at least 48Hz instead of the 10Hz that Samsung initially mentioned. Other improvements include a new design, more powerful cameras, and display refresh rates that actually drop to 10Hz.

Simply put, we don't want to get bored with the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus. However, the Galaxy S23 Ultra should not be monotonous. According to Samsung CEO Roh Tae-moon, the Ultra will return for the S23 series and won't be going anywhere anytime soon.

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