It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could be released over the next year, as anticipated by the unearthed product code.
We are waiting to find out what Samsung ‘s plans will be regarding its new series of products, ready to arrive according to what we know over the next year, obviously speaking of the main S.
After the giant unveiled today Z Fold 4 ( details here ) and Z Flip 4 , as detailed in the article you find at this link , all that remains is to wait for the fate of non-folding high-end products, with the well-known leaker PassionateGeekz who, as detailed by Pricebaba, talked about everything.
We are talking specifically about the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra that have been found thanks to a code hidden in a firmware, with these apparently taking the internal name of MD3 and the model number SM-S918 , evident sequel to the SM-S908 .
SM-S918BDS, SM-S918U, SM-S918U1 were also found , all associated with the S22 Ultra, which concern the presence of different versions for each region and dual-sim support, although it seems that the products will really all arrive with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 temporarily abandoning the giant’s Exynos, after problems have been seen regarding the relative division of the company.
- Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra model numbers and secret codename leak out (PhoneArena)