Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: The Full List of Specs Leak Online

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Perhaps the entire tech world is waiting for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which is scheduled for February 1. That means that the launch is less than two weeks away, and gladly, we can already learn about all the specs of the Ultra model, thanks to a tweet.

Introducing the Galaxy S23 Ultra, it must be said that it carries the powerhouse Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The phone comes in four sleek colors: Black, Violet, Green, and Cream. And with 8/12 GB of RAM and LPDDR5, it’s sure to be a speed demon. But don’t worry, it’s also got a 5,000 mAh battery with 45W charging to keep up with all your multitasking needs.

Samsung Galaxy S23 will have a Dynamic AMOLED display

The 6.8” 2X Dynamic AMOLED screen with 1440p resolution and 500 ppi will blow your mind, and Gorilla Glass Victus 2 will keep it safe. And the camera? With a 200MP sensor and improved processing, it’s sure to take your photography game to the next level.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is equipped with a variety of cutting-edge connectivity features that are sure to enhance your overall user experience. First, it comes with Bluetooth 5.3, which allows for faster data transfer and a more stable connection when compared to previous versions of Bluetooth. Additionally, it has Wi-Fi 6E which is the latest version of Wi-Fi and it offers faster download and upload speeds, as well as a more reliable connection, even in crowded areas.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra also comes with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology which enables you to share data with other devices by just touching them together, and UWB (Ultra-Wideband) technology which allows you to share files and connect to devices with high precision location-based services. With these advanced connectivity features, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is sure to provide you with a seamless and efficient way of connecting to the world.

Cristian Antonescu
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