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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Concept Renders Exhibit a Bended Screen and 200MP Camera

Jun 22, 2022 Administrator News 55 hits

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Concept Renders Exhibit a Bended Screen and 200MP Camera

 Technizo Concept, popular for his unreleased smartphone concepts, has imagined the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with an unprecedented golden color and a curved screen that extends to the right side of the device. The camera block, however, is the same as shown in the conceptual renders leaked earlier.


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According to the renders, the handset will hide an S-Pen in its body, just like its predecessor. The front is expected to rock a larger top-class AMOLED display with sharper curves than before. Almost little to no screen bezels can be seen in the renders, with a punch-hole selfie camera cutout placed in the middle.


The camera hump on Samsung's latest model is shown to receive a significant design upgrade, where the primary sensor will feature the world’s first 200 Mega-Pixels camera. The other shooters can also be seen sitting next to the primary lens. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to house a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset which will be the latest Snapdragon will be offering. 


We can’t say anything about the authenticity of these renders; however, another aspect that catches the eye is the bold paint job. The S23 Ultra can be seen in a supposedly matte-finish glass design in exciting orange color. A black S-Pen is rendered to match the phone, which looks and feels very classy.


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This information is based upon privately developed renders, so you should take it with a pinch of salt. There’s no official news or specification sneak-peak from the manufacturer as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is most likely still in the prototype stage. 



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