The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to have the same screen and camera module design as the Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to launch next year, along with the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+. So far, rumors have suggested that the new phones should receive minor cosmetic updates, but one final tip suggests that the Galaxy S23 Ultra in particular will not receive the supposed design updates for its display module. and camera, and in fact, will look very similar to the current Galaxy S22 Ultra. The upcoming phone will continue to sport a narrow forehead and a wide chin, while the cutouts for the laser autofocus sensor and one of the telephoto lenses will have a slightly raised module and won’t line up with the frame, as seen. previously said.

Prolific Ice Universe tipster (@UniverseIce) tweeted that he has received new information which indicates that the previously leaked CAD renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra are not entirely accurate.

The renders showed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra had a symmetrically thick top and bottom display bezel, which shouldn’t be true. The image also showed two of the five cutouts on the back of the phone to sit flush to the body, without any protrusions. This too is probably not true according to the tipster; these cutouts will also have a slight bulge like the rest of the camera modules.

Some fans of the brand would probably be disappointed by this, if indeed true, but we can’t say we’re surprised. We’ve seen Apple re-use the same design for its iPhones for a few years now, with only minor changes added with each new generation. The current Galaxy S22 Ultra is arguably Samsung’s most polished design yet for a flagship, so we’re not surprised it doesn’t tinker with it too much.

Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S23 series early next year. According to recent leaks, upcoming models could be powered by the Exynos 2300 SoC or Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship SoC, depending on the region where it’s sold.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is said to include a 5,000mAh battery and is expected to pack its recently announced 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP2 camera sensor.

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