Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra's latest renders are out, and the borders are different

Last October 20, the whistleblower OnLeaks released a rendering of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. After nearly a month, he made a new version of the rendering based on the latest news, mainly making changes to the frame of the fuselage.

It appears that the new version of the rendering has wider borders, which are only a bit narrower than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This is not as much narrower as previously posted.

It was previously reported that the appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is not much different from the previous generation, with a similar design. There is a 6.8-inch micro-curved screen attached to the device, which measures 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8mm, which is slightly wider than the 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

While the dimensions remain roughly the same, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will bring improvements in peak brightness, color accuracy, minimum screen reflectivity, and HDR performance.

According to blogger @i Ice Universe, the biggest change in the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the width of the middle frame, which reduces the curvature of the screen and will be closer to a micro-curved screen in accordance with the new rendering.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has already passed the 3C certification of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and it comes equipped with an EP-TA800 charger capable of 25W output. The machine is expected to be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a 200-megapixel main camera.

Reference(Image credit: OnLeaks/SmartPrix)

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