Ice Universe (@UniverseIce), a well-known leakster, has leaked a rumored image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra's new and revamped 5,000mAh battery, implying that the anticipated mobile phone is nearing its release.
Although the actual battery capacity has not been showcased on the side of the battery cell, it seems to have come from an accredited listing. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra's model will be identical to its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and will support a better capacity of charging, which was licensed just last month.
According to the leak by Ice Universe, the phone's 5,000 mAh battery has been already accredited by Samsung throughout India, one of the market hotspots in which the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to launch early next year.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy S23, just like its predecessor, will feature a 6.1 inch Full HD+ resolution display, however other additional information has been disclosed. According to recent leaks, the Galaxy S23 will also be 146.3 x 70.8 x 7.6mm in size, being a little taller and broader than the S22 Ultra. However, since the phone will not feature a bigger display, the new battery would most probably take up the majority of the added volume.
According to another source, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to include an all-new Samsung ISOCELL 200MP sensor for its camera system, with 0.6m pixels on a 1/1.3' sensor and an f/1.7 aperture in front. The S22 Ultra's 10MP periscope is expected to be taken over. The new 6.8-inch 1440x3088px AMOLED display as well as a more responsive fingerprint sensor with a greater scanning area will be found on the front side.
Many Samsung users will be disappointed if the upcoming phone's exterior design is identical to its predecessor, but this isn't really new right?. We all know that different phone brands do use the same design when releasing new products, but the difference still lies in the phone’s overall performance.
The Galaxy S23 series was confirmed to be available early next year. According to additional leaks, the new series of models could be energized either by the Exynos 2300 SoC or Qualcomm's upcoming flagship processor.
Most of us will expect a completely new design for the upcoming phone, but this doesn't seem likely to happen. What really matters is that new upgrades for the battery, camera, processor, and even size are on the way. Only a few leaks have been obtained, but more leaks will be released if we wait a little longer.