Looks like Samsung is all set to launch the new Galaxy S23 series later next year. We saw various leaks coming out revealing almost everything about the new Galaxy S23 series. A new leak appears every passing week revealing some or the other important aspects of the device. Now the popular tipster has revealed the display details of the top-end smartphone aka Galaxy S23 Ultra.

As per the source, the new Galaxy S23 Ultra will arrive with the same old AMOLED display one found on Galaxy S22 Ultra. Yes, Samsung has retained the same 1750 peak brightness QHD+ AMOLED display for the Galaxy S23 Ultra this year. So probably we might see some cost-cutting done by the company to keep the pricing competitive.

Further, the Geekbench listing confirmed that all three models will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. More details will be out in the coming weeks as the previous report suggests Feb 1 launch date for the new Galaxy S23 series.

In the leaked gallery, all three models are shown side-by-side in black and white. The Galaxy S23 and S23+’s camera island is the most noticeable change. There is no longer a common plate below, and each lens sticks out on its own.

As a result, they are closer in design to the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which hasn’t changed much either. The S23 Ultra still has blocky corners, which sets it apart from the S23.

Only the SIM card tray placement differs between the dummies and the renders from before. In the renders, the tray is shown at the bottom, while the dummies have it on the side. If you’re wondering what the indentation below the power key is for, it’s most likely for the 5G antenna.