Samsung Galaxy S23 base model will get brightness upgrade, series will continue to use only Snapdragon SoCs: reports
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which is expected to launch at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on February 1, is highly anticipated and has been the subject of a series of leaks and rumors over the past few months. The upcoming lineup would include the base models Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. For some time now, Samsung has teased a powerful night vision camera for its Ultra model, including a recent promotional video. All three models are rated to deliver 1750 nits of peak brightness, which is a major upgrade for the base model Samsung Galaxy S23.
According to a Tweeter by tipster Roland Quandt, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will come with an OLED display and a peak brightness of 1750 nits “for all three models, it seems”. It should be noted that the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and the Galaxy S23 Ultra will offer the same maximum brightness as their predecessors, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra respectively. That means the base variant will be on par with this year’s models in terms of brightness, according to the tipster.
While the entire Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, a tipster claims that Samsung may opt to use only Snapdragon chipsets for its handsets for the foreseeable future.
In a TweeterSays tipster Yogesh Brar, “‘Snapdragon for Galaxy’ for the Galaxy S23 series isn’t a one-time thing. Samsung will likely extend this until its new Exynos chips are ready.”
SamMobile reports that the company’s Exynos chipsets, designed by Samsung’s System LSI division, have failed in recent years and been eclipsed by Snapdragon chipsets in sustained workloads and cellular performance, which has reduced lifespan. battery life. Samsung’s smartphone division, Samsung MX, has created its own engineering team to develop processors specifically for high-end Galaxy smartphones and the first chip in the new unit is expected to debut in 2025 with the Galaxy S25, according to The report.
Samsung has already teased the Galaxy S23 Ultra with a powerful night vision camera. In a recent promotional video, he again teased the same camera features with clear, magnified images of the moon and the tagline “Epic nights are coming.”
According to an older report, the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s main camera will be a 200-megapixel HP2 sensor, compared to the 108-megapixel HM3 sensor in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s main camera.
Meanwhile, a recent report suggests that the model will offer to record portrait videos in 4K quality at 30fps. Another earlier report suggested that the top-end model would cost $1,400 (around Rs 1.13,400).
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