Reports claim that the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be equipped with a new, first-of-its-kind 200-megapixel sensor, but an insider is indicating that not all components of Samsung’s next high-end should receive upgrades. This time we are talking about the battery, which should not be bigger than that of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The informant of the time is the leaker Ice Universe, who published new information about the battery of the Galaxy S23 Ultra on Weibo, a social network similar to Twitter that is very popular in Asia. This time around, he claims that the Galaxy S23 Ultra should have a 5,000mAh battery just like the Galaxy S22 Ultra and its predecessors since 2020.
Although this information may disappoint some users, the Galaxy S23 Ultra must have a Qualcomm processor to deliver more performance and battery life, as has already been confirmed by Cristiano Amon, global chief executive of Qualcomm, when announcing a new agreement between the company and Samsung.
Other specifications that should remain the same on the Galaxy S23 Ultra are the 10 MP telephoto camera with 10x zoom, the selfie camera and curved edgeless screen, as the design of the new smartphone must have some differences only in the camera module thanks to the new sensor. of 200 megapixels.