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Samsung Galaxy S23 Screen Size and Resolution Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S23 Screen Size and Resolution Leaked
Samsung Galaxy S23 Screen Size and Resolution Leaked
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The Galaxy S23 series is only a few months away, but according to rumors, not much will change from the current Galaxy S22 series. According to a very reliable analyst, along with the Galaxy S23, Samsung will continue with the same screen size and screen resolution in the new series .

According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra will share their dimensions and key display specs in common with the existing Galaxy S22 series.

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Galaxy S22 Series Screen Sizes and Resolutions

The Galaxy S22 had a 6.1-inch FHD display and the S22 measures 146.0×70.6×7.6 mm . The Galaxy S23 will also  have the same size screen in a slightly larger chassis at 146.3×70.9×7.6 mm . Essentially, this means that the S23 will be slightly wider and taller, although not a huge difference.

The Galaxy S22 Plus had a 6.6-inch FHD display with a 156.4×75.8×7.64 mm body . Looking like the smaller phone, Samsung’s “Plus” model will also be slightly longer and wider, but slightly thinner at 157.8×76.2×7.6mm . The screen size doesn’t change though.

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Finally, the Galaxy S22 Ultra featured a 6.8-inch QHD display in a 163.3×77.9×8.9mm design . It looks like the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have nearly identical dimensions at 163.4×78.1×8.9mm .

Samsung Galaxy S23 Screen Size and Resolution Leaked

Does this mean there won’t be any improvements to Samsung’s next-gen flagship phones? No way. Given the 2,000 nits peak brightness in the iPhone 14 series , it’s pretty obvious that Samsung’s own flagships – Samsung, which buys its screens from the same source as Apple – will receive a similar upgrade.

But overall, the Galaxy S23 series seems to have relatively few upgrades. Previous reports claimed that the design of these new phones will not change at all and that elements such as the camera are expected to be left mostly unchanged, but Samsung is expected to use Snapdragon processors in most regions as part of a new partnership with Qualcomm.

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