Category: Samsung

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Promotional materials for the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra display their designs and colors

Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy S23 range of smartphones will go on market on February 1st, 2023. With the most recent leak, we can now show you how the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra look and what colors they will be. There has been a consistent series of leaks. Although the promotional materials that were...

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A performance, battery, and brightness improvement is coming to the Galaxy S23

The official unveiling of the Galaxy S23 is barely one month away. As a result, reliable leaks about Samsung’s future high-end phones have begun to surface. The Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra’s first official image from yesterday been leaked. We’ve discovered some intriguing Galaxy S23 specs today. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will boast Super...

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Powerful upgrades to the Galaxy S23 Ultra are being made as the debut date approaches

Over the past few weeks, the Geekbench website has featured the entry-level Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the top-tier Galaxy S23 Ultra numerous times. Those benchmark results weren’t precisely what you would anticipate from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, as expected. This is probably because Samsung is currently perfecting its upcoming flagship series. And as the release dates...

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Android 13 was discovered running on the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, A22, and A03s

Several affordable Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy A22 5G, the Galaxy A03s, and the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite tablet, are now being tested with Android 13. The Wi-Fi Alliance database currently lists these three devices as running Android 13 on them. They have been given the go-ahead by the organization, which suggests that they may receive the Android 13 update...

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Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra battery information leaks

In accordance with its predecessors, Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra offered a good 5,000mAh battery earlier this year. The Galaxy S22 Plus’ 4,500mAh battery, nevertheless, was a little drop from the Plus phone from the previous year. The Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra’s battery capacity information has now reportedly been revealed by Dutch outlet Galaxy Club. And it appears to...

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The Galaxy S23 Ultra is more likely to have a 200MP camera

Thanks to leaked renders, we got our first real glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra earlier this week. However, there have been several leaks about the phone’s specifications as well. Another source has now confirmed a rumor that the Ultra model will contain a 200MP camera. This claim has surfaced a few times. According to “knowledge that has reached...

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Support for Expert RAW is added for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, S20 Ultra, and Z Fold 2

The Galaxy S21 Ultra was supported when Samsung’s Expert RAW camera app released last year. The software began supporting the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra earlier this year. This app has been updated by Samsung to support three additional smartphones. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 now have additional support, the company...

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Renders purportedly show the design of the Galaxy S23 Ultra

It didn’t take long for the Galaxy S23 Ultra to join in the party and share a few CAD renders of its purported external design. We knew it was only a matter of time until the Galaxy S23 Ultra will do the same and appear online in a series of renders after the basic and Plus Galaxy S23 models were...

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For a better experience, the Galaxy S23 series will mostly reuse 2022’s hardware

The Galaxy S23 series has received a lot of attention recently, and it is claimed that it will resemble the current flagship trio in terms of appearance. In general, a consistent design from one generation to the next isn’t a major concern, especially if the present aesthetics are tried and true and if the saved resources are used to enhance...

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In the US, Samsung has released the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro and Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro

When a brand introduces a new product, its availability may occasionally be influenced by a number of variables, including the kind of device and the target market. Why bother releasing it in markets with little to no demand, for instance, if a corporation knows that some markets have a bigger need for feature phones than others? The good news is...