As we edge closer to the Samsung Galaxy S23 series launch, there have been various rumors and leaks regarding the upcoming Samsung flagship lineup.
A new report has revealed some interesting details about the base Galaxy S23 model. Apparently, the South Korean tech giant is planning on making various improvements on the Galaxy S23.
According to a tipster on Twitter, the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ will sport a new display panel that offers up to 1750 nits of peak brightness.
This pick brightness is higher than that of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+, they both had screens that offered 1300 nits of brightness.
On the other hand, the higher end Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to feature a display that offers a whopping 2000 nits of peak brightness.
Apart from this, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is also expect to have a 5,000mAh battery, similar to what the Galaxy S22 Ultra has.
The Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ are expected to also get a slight bump in battery sizes, with the former now arriving with a 3,900mAh battery pack while the latter features a 4,700mAh battery.
According to the tipster, the Galaxy S23 an S23+ will still retain their rather “slow” charging speeds, that is 25W and 45W respectively.
But both models will still come with Qi wireless charging and Wireless PowerShare reverse charging feature.
How Much Will The Samsung Galaxy S23 Cost?
With no official word from Samsung so far, we’ll need to look at the past few generations to get an idea of the pricing that may accompany the S23 release.
First up, here’s how the regular models have lined up, starting with the most recent S22:
- Samsung Galaxy S22 – $799/£769
- Samsung Galaxy S21 – $799/£769
- Samsung Galaxy S20 – $999/£899
Then there’s the Plus models:
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus – $999/£949
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus – $999/£949
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus – $1,199/£999
And finally the Ultras, where we see a little more variation:
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra – $1,199/£1,149
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra – $1,299/£1,149
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – $1,399/£1,199
The last couple of years have seen Samsung settle on pricing structures for the range, so we don’t think there will be much change to this with the Galaxy S23 range, though worldwide inflation is likely to push prices up at least a little.