Samsung Galaxy S23 series is just a couple of hours from the reality as the company will be launching the highly anticipated flagship smartphone series on February 1 in San Francisco and the company is launching the new devices in a physical event which is happening after the pandemic. The smartphone series is the subject of leaks for regular basis and we already have almost complete information about upcoming models but today we got a new piece of information again, and it is revealing that the vanilla model of the flagship smartphone series will be coming with the slower storage technology than other models.
According to the latest information, the 128GB variant of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 will be featuring a slower UFS 3.1 technology. The rest of the models — 256GB and 512GB, will likely support the latest UFS 4.0 storage. If the information is correct then it seems that the Samsung wants to create a differentiation between the vanilla and high models of the smartphone series.
It is understandable that the 128GB of the S23 uses UFS 3.1. There are indications that Samsung does not seem to produce the 128GB version of the UFS 4.0 chip. It is currently known that only Kioxia has produced the 128GB UFS4.0, but through the 128GB UFS4 chip of the Xiaomi 13
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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 is expected to feature a 6.1-inch Infinity-O display along with FHD+ resolution. The device will be coming with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, and the device will be housing a 3,900mAh with 25W charging. The smartphone is expected to feature a 50MP primary camera, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle unit. The company will be launching the device with a 12MP selfie camera and it will be running on Android 13 out of the box.
So let’s wait for the launching of the smartphone series and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more updates from the world of technology.
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