We are just days away from the reveal of the Galaxy S23 Ultra and its siblings Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus. Many details have already leaked about them, and now the unboxing of the most expensive model has surfaced, reinforcing other leaks.
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Videos posted on TikTok and reposted on Twitter by user Alvin (@sondesix) show the new smartphone in what is expected to be called Botanic Green. They are short videos, with one of them showing the unboxing, with the thin box, and another showing the device itself. In this case, it is clear that it must go without a charger — at least abroad, since in Brazil Samsung has been taking a different stance since the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4.
In addition, it is clear that it should maintain a design very similar to the current Galaxy S22 Ultra, with a straighter-looking body, with curvatures on the side edges of the front and rear glass. You can also see the slot for the S Pen stylus on the right side of the base, with the top and bottom completely flat.
Behind, it maintains the strategy of loose shutters directly on the back cover, with four cameras, LED flash and infrared to help focus.
What to expect from the Galaxy S23 Ultra?
One of the biggest highlights of the new Galaxy S23 Ultra should be the 200 MP main rear camera, replacing the 108 MP used since the Galaxy S20 Ultra. In addition, it should have a 12 MP ultrawide lens, two 10 MP telephoto cameras for 3x and 10x optical zoom, and a maximum zoom of 100x.
Its processor should be the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy, a higher clocked version of the chipset introduced by Qualcomm in November last year, accompanied by up to 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage. In addition to the green color version, it should arrive in Phantom Black (black), Cream and Lavender (purple) tones. The device will be presented on February 1st, along with the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus, as well as notebooks from the Galaxy Book 3 series, at the Galaxy Unpacked event.
Source: TikTok (1, 2)