Samsung’s next traditional flagship phone will be the Galaxy S23 Ultra. While little is known about the premium phone at this time, a set of concept renders has emerged, revealing what the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra looks like—at least in the artist’s mind.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to debut in February of next year, with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra serving as the top-of-the-line model. While little is known about the next-generation flagship phone’s hardware, it has now been imagined in a series of concept renders.
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Early concept renders shared by Technizo Concept show a fantastic design for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s successor, with a wide camera module housing a massive main camera. A periscope lens appears beneath the main camera, and there are two other lenses to the right of the main camera lens. The phone’s front features curved edges, a hole punch, and minimal bezels. The phone, of course, has an S-Pen slot on the bottom.
The S23 Ultra’s main camera—a 200 MP shooter—is the star of the show. According to current rumours, the flagship will replace the 108 MP sensor found in recent Ultra models with a 200 MP sensor, dubbed the ISOCELL HP3. While the concept images may appeal to some, they are a departure from Samsung’s current design language, particularly on the back end, and will undoubtedly divide opinion.