Samsung introduced its foldable devices a few weeks before, including the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4. They are both powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset. As a result of the launch of these devices, the upcoming Samsung flagship device will replace the S Series.
According to the latest industry reports, Samsung is working on the following flagship devices. In recent days, the renowned tipster @Ice Universe revealed the dimensions, resolution, and screen size of all three models.
As for the standard Galaxy S23, the tipster states that it has the same resolution and display size as the Galaxy S22 standard version. All three models would, however, have the same size and resolution, as per the source.
Galaxy S23 comes with a 6.1-inch display full of 2340x1080p (Full-HD+) resolution, and its body dimensions are 146.3*70.9*7.6mm. It has the same thickness, but a slightly larger surface area.
Samsung Galaxy S23+ will have a 6.6-inch display with the same Full-HD+ resolution, and its dimensions are 157.8*76.2*7.6mm. For this model, the thickness seems to have decreased very slightly while the area of the device has grown.
Lastly, we have the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is 8mm thick and features a 6.8″ display and 3088 x 1440p (2.5K+) resolution. This model is also expected to have a slightly larger body with the same thickness as the other two.
In the meantime, we can conclude that the new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset will power the Galaxy S23 lineup. Samsung might ditch Exynos chipsets due to the new partnership program with Qualcomm.
Samsung is unlikely to launch the new Galaxy S23 lineup in some regions with the Exynos 2230/2300 5G chipset.