Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is here, in concept format, with a more futuristic approach than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The facade is all screen, zero bezel and this is the creation of YouTube Channel Peacock, who took things to the next level.
It feels more like 2025 material or further. The S-Pen now has its own camera and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a secondary back screen, with a large diagonal. The refresh rate jumps to 240 Hz, while today’s standard is now 120 Hz for flagships. 100W fast wireless charging is available for the giant 6000 mAh battery. A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU or Exynos 2300 is chosen here, plus up to 20 GB of RAM, which may be achieved with 16 GB + 4 GB RAM virtual RAM.
The back of the Galaxy S23 Ultra features a 200 megapixel quad camera, while the front side features a 40 MP shooter, which is actually hidden in the S-Pen. There’s 200 x zoom here, 1 TB of storage and a combo of beautiful metal and glass, fused together. Gorilla Glass Victus+ is available here, plus Android 13 with One UI 5.0. Face unlock is at the core of the security features, or Face ID as the designer calls it.
The device seems too slim for its own good and definitely too slim for a 6500 mAh battery. Even the S-Pen has 5G connectivity for some reason. The edge to edge screen upfront may also make the device prone to accidental touches or make it a bit more slippery. Nice to see the no module camera making a comeback, after being used in 2022 on the S22 Ultra, but be prepared to gather dust around the camera lenses.