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No changes in the screen size of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series; report

Previously, a piece of information was surfacing online which has claimed that Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same camera design as compared with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The brand has reportedly started working on its 2023 lineup of flagship smartphones and the devices are expected to launch by Q1 of 2023. Anyway, another rumour is out on the internet which claims that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will not feature any changes on the screen size of their smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup to have same screen size as Galaxy S22 lineup

Known tipster Ice Universe has said something about the upcoming Galaxy S23 lineup through a post on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo. According to him, the Galaxy S23 will feature a similar 6.1-inch panel with 1080*2340 pixel resolution. The device will measure the dimension of 146.3×70.9×7.6mm, which is a little different as compared to the dimension of the Galaxy S22 which measures146.0x70.6×7.6mm.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S22+ will flaunt the same 6.6-inch screen with 1080*2340 pixel resolution. As for the dimension, S23+ will measure a dimension of 157.8×76.2×7.6mm against the dimension of S22+ which measures 157.4×75.8×7.64mm.

Also read; Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra main camera revealed with200-megapixel lens

Coming down to the top-tier Galaxy S23 Ultra, it will offer no changes in the screen size and resolution, as compared to its predecessor Galaxy S22 Ultra. The device will flaunt a 6.8-inches panel with 1440*3088 pixel resolution. The S23 Ultra will measure the dimension of 163.4×78.1×8.9mm. For reference, the Galaxy S22 Ultra measures 163.3×77.9×8.9mm.

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