Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Unboxing

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra leak discloses the price! Tech Updates

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: On February 1, Samsung is prepared to introduce the Galaxy S23 series. The series is presently available for pre-order in India and will be announced at the Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event in San Francisco. But a week before the device’s official release, photos of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s retail box have leaked online, providing information about the device’s specs and price.

Unpacking the Latest Leaks on the Galaxy S23 Ultra: Features

The newest flagship handset from Samsung, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, is jam-packed with features that make it a must-have for tech lovers. A 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of 3200 x 1440 is available on the smartphone. It has 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor powers it.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Unboxing

A quad-camera setup with a 108MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 10MP macro lens is also included in the gadget. It includes a 40MP selfie camera up front. Additionally, it boasts an in-display fingerprint scanner and is dust and water resistant to IP68 standards.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Price

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra leak
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra leak

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is anticipated to cost $1,400 (about Rs 1,13,997), which is little more than the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s launch pricing.

The gadget has a 5,000mAh battery and supports 25W fast charging. It runs the most recent version of Android 11, 11. Both wireless charging and reverse wireless charging are supported.

A powerful device that is likely to impress tech fans is the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It is certain to be a popular with customers because to its excellent features and specifications.

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