Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: leaked specs hint at impressive performance

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: leaked specs hint at impressive performance, world’s first 3.36GHz high-frequency version of Snapdragon 8 Gen2 will be available Galaxy S23 Ultra, high-frequency version of the Snapdragon 8 gen 2 boasts the same 1+2+2+3 architecture design as the standard version, with a 1 super-large core X3, 2 large-core A715, 2 large-core A710, and 3 small cores.

The unique architecture allows for efficient and powerful performance in smartphones, inclusion of the super-large core X3 enables faster app launch times and improved multitasking capabilities, while the large and small cores provide additional support for various tasks, GPU frequency has been upgraded from 680MHz to 719MHz.

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Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone offering a 6.8-inch 3088×1440 resolution display, along with a quad camera module featuring a 200MP main camera, 12MP super wide-angle, 10MP 3x telephoto, and 10MP 10x super telephoto, allows for versatile shooting options, from wide-angle landscapes to detailed close-ups.

Features a 5000mAh battery with 25w charing, measures 163.4×78.1×8.9mm, with a weight of 233g. but does not support memory card expansion.

Compared to the previous gen Galaxy S22 Ultra, the body 0.1mm longer, 0.2mm wider, and has the same thickness, However, it is 5g heavier, Despite these minor changes, the new smartphone still offers the same powerful performance and impressive features as its predecessor.

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