The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is without a doubt one of the best Android smartphones today. Samsung took a risk by combining the Note and S lines of smartphones, with the S Ultra model taking centre stage. The renders for the next Galaxy S23 Ultra, which depict considerable cosmetic changes, were recently released by a tech channel. Everything the mockups reveal is listed below.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been envisioned by Technizo Concept, who is known for his unannounced smartphone concepts, with an unprecedented golden hue and a curved screen that stretches to the device’s right side. The camera block, on the other hand, is the same as in the earlier leaked conceptual renders.
The handset would, like its predecessor, hide an S-Pen in its body, according to the renders. A larger top-of-the-line AMOLED display with crisper curves is expected on the front. In the renders, there are almost no screen bezels, with a punch-hole selfie camera cutout in the middle.
The camera hump on Samsung’s newest model has received a big design boost, with the primary sensor containing the world’s first 200 Mega-Pixel camera. The other shooters are also visible next to the primary lens. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset is believed to be used in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, making it the most up-to-date Snapdragon to yet.
We can’t comment on the veracity of these renderings, but the bright paint job is another feature that stands out. The S23 Ultra comes in an attractive orange colour with a purportedly matte-finish glass design. The phone is complemented by a black S-Pen that looks and feels quite premium.
You should take this information with a grain of salt because it is based on privately created renders. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is most likely still in the prototype stage, hence there is no official news or specs sneak peek from the company.