Renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Gold
Various major smartphone manufacturers will launch their annual flagship models at the end of the year or at the beginning of 2023. Although Motorola has been the first to launch Snapdragon 8 phones, Xiaomi and Samsung are not far behind. We mean that the Korean manufacturer will uncover the Samsung Galaxy S23 in half a year. That’s why it’s logical to think that the smartphones from this series are already in the works. Also, it’s reasonable to get various leaks, rumors and renders concerning this lineup. Today, Technizo Concept demoed another set of renders of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Actually, because many specifications and design aspects are scarce, the renderings reveal many features borrowed from the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, we must admit that the new model is more appealing and fresh.
The gold color choice featured in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders is the first thing that strikes our notice. Furthermore, the author definitely implies a 200 MP primary camera sensor. Aside from that, there is little doubt that this phone will be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. We also expect the company to preserve S-Pen functionality in its next-generation flagship smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display is even curvier than the S22’s. But we can’t insist on seeing the identical image in the end result.
The designers of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders, on the other hand, have opted to make the camera bigger. If this is the case, it would be a significant shift for Samsung. As a comparison, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ had metallic surrounds for the camera module, while the Ultra version was created without an overall array casing. It also caused the sensors to protrude slightly from the frame.