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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra appears on Geekbench- Launching with 12GB RAM.


There are rumors that it is expected that Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S23 series will be released in early February. Three devices in the series, the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, will be released first. Online leaks, certifications, and benchmarks have revealed a lot of information about these gadgets.

According to the latest Geekbench scores, Samsung has included a new specification in its Galaxy S23 lineup. The Galaxy S23 Ultra comes equipped with a whopping 12 GB of RAM, pushing rivals in the same price range to six and eight GB models. This spec should satisfy anyone looking for an updated device with powerful specs. Still, it will also prove helpful for those preparing for the launch of Android 13 due to the additional RAM resources required by that OS release. At the same time, others claim that Samsung will offer 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB choices instead of the 128GB storage SKU.

The upcoming high-end device will have improved performance, enhanced heat management, more storage for the entry-level model, better cameras, and longer battery life. The phones won’t, however, offer more RAM. Its benchmark scores have also been revealed. The benchmark of the Galaxy S23 Ultra has appeared on Geekbench, and it was also certified by TENAA in China.

The Galaxy S23 series will be equipped with an octa-core Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with its prime CPU core (Cortex-X3) and a maximum clock frequency of 3.36 GHz. and an Adreno 640 graphics processing unit. The Snapdragon chip is powerful enough to support all the latest Android 13 features, including performance upgrades, a more polished UI, enhanced battery life, and support for foldable phones. It will sport a 4K display and run on Android 13 at launch. The device should also have IP68 certification for dust proofing, which makes its design more appealing than the S22 series that it replaces.

In the single-core CPU performance test, it scored 1,495 points, while in the multi-core CPU performance test, it scored 4,647 points. It will have a brighter display that measures 6.8 inches. It will have a screen-to-body ratio of 96.4 percent. It will also have a 6.8-inch Full HD+ curved Super AMOLED display with 1440 x 3088 pixels and 16.7 million colors and almost the same pixel density as the previous Galaxy displays (521 PPI). It has a notch in its display model and dual rear cameras with an aperture of f/1.5 and f/2.4, respectively (as opposed to a single camera in the S10 series).

The device’s primary camera has a 108 MP sensor, which is probably the Samsung ISOCELL HM3 sensor. In addition, the device’s back camera module will have a 2 MP sensor, a 12 MP telephoto sensor, and a 12 MP ultra-wide sensor. A 12MP selfie camera will be on the front of the smartphone. The camera’s performance will be excellent, with less noise in a low-light environment. The device will run on Android 13, with faster processors, an improved GPU, longer battery life, better network connections, and a better security feature with Knox.

With this move from Samsung, it seems more likely than ever that the Galaxy S23 will be a purchase worth considering soon after its release later this year. The device will be unveiled in February 2023. More details are expected to be revealed at the launch event.