Once again it is the ice universe leaker who unveils some details on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will be the real Samsung flagship of the first part of next year. After the interesting indications on the photographic sector a couple of days ago, here is information on two other key components of the device, the battery and the chipset.
Apparently Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will remain conservative regarding battery capacity: on board there should be the same 5000 mAh as its predecessor, Galaxy S22 Ultra, but this does not mean that we will not have improvements in autonomy levels. The smartphone should use more efficient components, while providing better performance and lower energy consumption.
Among the novelties there should be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which should debut by the end of the year on other devices and constitute the natural evolution of the high-end chip of the Californian manufacturer. Further confirmation of the possible "hiatus" of Exynos processors, which could return in 2024 and take some time to improve: as already anticipated, the next S series smartphones could offer a Qualcomm SoC all over the world.
According to the leaks, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will offer eight cores in a rather unusual combination: we could have 1 Cortex-X3, 2 Cortex-A720, 2 Cortex-A710 and 3 Cortex-A510, flanked by an Adreno 740 GPU. Reportedly, TSMC should be in charge of fabrication through a 4 nm process.
There should be no differences from this point of view between the three probable members of the new family, which should consist of Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23 + and, precisely, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Continue to follow us because in the weeks following the Galaxy Unpacked on August 10, we will begin to "get to the heart", with many rumors and rumors about the manufacturer's smartphones arriving in the first quarter of 2023.
Written by Matteo with love from Italy