So far, a lot of details about the Samsung Galaxy S23 series have been made available thanks to numerous reports and leaks from smartphone certification listings. Now, data obtained from a listing from a Chinese regulatory body offers a very good look at the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
MyFixGuide has obtained the Chinese TENAA listing of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. According to this listing, some specifications of Samsung’s next high-end flagship, also known as the SM-S9180 model ID, are available.
to report AndroidAuthorityThe Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will likely come with a 6.8-inch display with a resolution of 3088 x 1440 pixels, a 4,855 mAh battery (5,000 mAh nominal capacity), 8 to 12 GB of RAM, and 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB storage. This information shows that the storage memory of the base model of the mentioned phone has been doubled compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. In comparison, the basic S22 Ultra model comes with 128GB of storage.
Reliable whistleblower Ice Universe has already announced that the frequency of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip in the Galaxy S23 family will be set to 3.36 GHz instead of 3.2 GHz. The TENAA filing seems to be consistent with this claim as it shows that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be equipped with an octa-core chip with a powerful core frequency of 3.36 GHz. Of course, according to the information of this Chinese regulatory body, the frequency of the normal cores of the said chip is 2.8 GHz and the frequency of its low consumption cores is 2 GHz.
The dimensions of the Galaxy S23 Ultra are likely to be 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9 mm. On the other hand, the weight of this device is 233 grams and it is said that it will support 10 times optical zoom.
Sometimes, TENAA information about smartphone cameras is incorrect. However, according to the data of this institution, Galaxy S23 Ultra will be equipped with a quad rear camera including a 108-megapixel main camera, two 12-megapixel cameras and a two-megapixel camera. This is while many reports indicate that this phone will use a 200-megapixel main camera, two 10-megapixel cameras focused on zooming and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera. Thus, TENAA’s information about the rear camera system of Samsung’s upcoming high-end flagship seems to be incorrect.