Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra gets imagined in stunning but potentially divisive renders
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S23 series in February next year, with the Galaxy S23 Ultra being the range-topping model. While there's little known about the hardware nuances of the next-gen flagship phone, it has now been imagined in a set of concept renders.
Early concept renders shared by Technizo Concept show the Galaxy S22 Ultra's successor with a fantastic design, sporting a wide camera module, in turn housing a massive main camera. Beneath that main camera appears to be a periscope lens, while there are two other lenses to the right of the main camera lens. The front of the phone is shown with curved edges, a hole punch, and minimal bezels. There is, of course, an S-Pen slot at the bottom of the phone.
The star of the show here is the S23 Ultra's main camera—a 200 MP shooter. Rumors currently claim the flagship will ditch the 108 MP on recent Ultra models in favor of a 200 MP sensor, supposedly the ISOCELL HP3. While the conceptualized images may appeal to some, it's a departure from Samsung's current design language, especially on the rear-end, and will likely be polarizing.