The same creator who recently featured the expected flagship smartphone dressed in white has created some more Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra fan-made concept renderings, including a video clip. The Galaxy S23 Ultra gets a gold curved display this time around, but the reintroduction of a camera bump isn’t as golden as the overall look.
We recently shared some renderings by Technizo Concept, who wanted to show what they thought Samsung might do with the design of the Galaxy S23, particularly the top-end Ultra model. It looks quite different from the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is much more somber in comparison to this flashy and glittering Galaxy S23 Ultra concept.
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Apart from the golden paint job on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra rendering, there’s also mention of the rumored 200 MP main camera sensor, a hint at the presence of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, and, of course, the S-Pen is still present in this next-generation flagship smartphone. The S23’s curved display is even curvier than the S22’s, and it works here, though it may not be practical in the real world.
The content creator has decided to improve the camera system on the golden Galaxy S23 Ultra, which would be a major shift for Samsung if it followed suit in any way. While the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ have metallic surrounds for the camera equipment, the S22 Ultra was designed in such a way that the overall array housing was removed but the individual sensors still protruded slightly from the frame. The Galaxy S23 series is expected to debut in February 2023.
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Source(s) @technizoconcept & Technizo Concept (YouTube) VIA: notebookcheck