Samsung Galaxy S23 released in February is likely to raise 150,000 won

Samsung Electronics will open ‘Samsung Galaxy Unpack 2023’ in San Francisco, USA on the 1st of next month (local time) and present the Galaxy S23 series.

The 2nd generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 application processor (AP) is 100% loaded, and is expected to install an ‘ISOCELL HP2’ image sensor with much better picture quality.

Glass manufacturer Corning Precision Materials has improved its durability by installing ‘Gorilla Glass Victors 2’, a tempered glass released in November last year.

Roh Tae-moon, head of Samsung Electronics’ MX division (President), explained the Galaxy S23 as “a product that focuses more on basic experiences that are essential to our lives.” In particular, he praised the Galaxy S23 Ultra as “the best of the best.”

According to the German information technology (IT) media ‘Winfuture’, etc., the base model of Galaxy S23 is 6.1 inches, the plus model is 6.6 inches, and the ultra model is 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED (AMOLED · Neungdonghyeong Organic Light Emitting Diode ) Supports 2X displays.

The brightness is up to 1,750 nits, and the refresh rate is provided up to 120 Hz.

The basic and larger models have 8GB RAM, and the ultra model has 8GB and 12GB RAM.

The built-in memory of the basic model is 128GB or 256GB, and the plus model is 256GB or 512GB, and there is no microSD card slot support for memory expansion, the media said.

The Ultra model can choose internal memory from 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB.

The basic, plus, and advanced models contain 3,900 mA, 4,700 mA, and 5,000 mA capacity batteries, respectively, and the ultra model has a built-in ‘S Pen’ stylus.

It comes in four colors: Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Mystic Lilac, and Cotton Flower.

The domestic selling price is expected to rise by around 150,000 won compared to the previous Galaxy S22 series due to the increase in raw materials.

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