Anonymous, a rendering CAD has posted on Chinese social network Weibo what appears to be a side view of the smartphone, and seasoned Twitter leaker Ice Universe believes it to be Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The render in question does not contain many details, but it shows that the curved screen of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is less than the previous generation. Samsung has been releasing its high-end devices with curved displays for years, but it looks like the Galaxy S23 Ultra is going to have a flatter display than before.
Apparently, Samsung has decided to make the rounded corners very angular in its new flagship. Earlier, Ice Universe mentioned this change in the design of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. In the new CAD rendering, we see that the middle part of the phone frame is thicker. The extra space could help Samsung use a better cooling system.
Unconfirmed rumors say that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S23 series phones in early February. These phones are likely to come with the Snapdragon Gen 2 processor in all markets around the world, while Samsung usually makes the Galaxy S series available in markets outside the US with the Exynos processor. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will likely have a 200-megapixel primary camera.