Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus : A next gen phone that can revolutionize the entire market share

Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus has been in news for the last few weeks. Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus will be a part of the upcoming galaxy s23 family that will also include Galaxy S23 ultra.

It can be launched around Jan Feb 2023. It may come in phantom black and phantom silver colors.

Samsung is going to make some major changes in the phone’s design this time. The phone will have a triple rear camera setup placed vertically at the top left corner. The placement of sensors will be the same. This device is going to be slightly bigger than the older version.

Quick specs (rumored)

It will have a 6.6-inch display with a screen resolution of 1440*3220. Dimensions of 157.7*76.1*7.6mm.

If compared with the S22+ size whose dimensions are 157.4*75.8*7.6mm it means this new S23+ will be taller but shorter in width.

It will have a USB type C port.

This phone is touted to come with 12GB of ram and 128GB of internal storage with expandable memory up to 1TB with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Its camera will be 108MP+ 10MP+10MP+ 12MP. On the front, it’ll have 40MP.

It will run on Android v11 and might be having 5000mAh battery.

Connectivity might include wifi, Bluetooth v5.1, 5G, 4G, 3G, and 2G.

Sensors might include an Accelerometer, proximity, and barometer.




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