Multiple Samsung Galaxy S23 shortcomings listed by popular leaker as series gets 8K video-recording boost
It appears that Ice universe is not impressed by what Samsung may present with the Galaxy S23 series, with the popular commenter praising the new Xiaomi 13 smartphones while bemoaning a number of perceived issues with the yet-to-be-launched Galaxy S23 lineup. The leaker, who has over 416,000 followers on Twitter and more than 1.2 million fans on Weibo, posted a list of eight negative comments that were clearly targeted at the Samsung Galaxy S23 devices. This is what he had to say about the current situation (based on supposed leaks):
- I don't care about low-level screens
- I don't care about bezel
- I don't care about 8 GB RAM
- I don't care about 25 W charging
- I don't care about no heat sink
- I don't care about camera 0 upgrade
- I don't care about small battery
- I don't care about motor degradation
In addition to that somewhat damning list, the same source also offered up the opinion that any report suggesting the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, or Galaxy S23 Ultra would be vastly superior over their S22 counterparts was “false”. The tipster’s comments were met with close division – with some followers agreeing that the S23 series may not be all they had hoped for while others pointed out that Xiaomi and other Chinese OEMs could be critiqued just as much in a similar manner for their perceived flaws (security/privacy concerns, operating software experience, etc.).
However, despite clearly not being as much of a fan of Samsung as he may have once been, Ice universe is still providing multiple leaks about the Galaxy S23 series, with one of the newest rumors stating that 8K video-recording capabilities will be boosted from a rate of 24 fps for the S22 phones up to 30 fps for the S23 devices. But many have already opined that this is nothing more than a gimmicky upgrade, with other areas of the smartphones requiring improvement over this particular esoteric function.
How to identify the true and false leak about S23? I'll tell you, all the leaks that claim that the specifications have made great progress or the functions have been greatly improved are false. To follow the rules, Samsung can't take the specifications to the sky in one step.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 10, 2022