Smartphone manufacturers have long since stopped making radical changes with each update of their gadgets. And judging by the information that appears on the Internet, the Samsung Galaxy S23 will also not receive drastic changes compared to the previous model.

A recent leak about the camera unit design in S23, which should be designed in the style of S22 Ultra, is beginning to be supplemented with information about other specifications of the future device.

To begin with, a test of a new Samsung model with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor appeared in Geekbench. What is interesting is the configuration of the processor itself, which has one powerful core with a frequency of 3.36 GHz, four mediocre ones with a frequency of 2.8 GHz, and the three simpler ones are 2.02 GHz.

The test also showed that the model will still have the same 8 GB of RAM. Even in the S20, there was an option with 12 GB, which was later abandoned, along with the slot for a memory card. And it seems that this time in the updated model, the situation with memory will not change radically.

The display diagonal of the smallest model of the flagship line will remain at 6.1 inches with the old resolution of 2340×1080 pixels, still not LTPO.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 leak shows very few changes compared to the S22

Among the cameras, the numbers are also familiar: 50 MP with optical stabilization in the main camera, 12 MP in the ultra-wide-angle, and 10 MP in the telephoto and front cameras. Although there may be new sensors or optics, and the additional capabilities of the processor may implement some new functions.

The battery can be slightly increased to 3900 mAh. But this is only in comparison with the previous model because, before that, the S21 and S20 had a capacity of 4000 mAh. Fast charging support will also remain at 25 W for wired and 15 W for induction.

For now, using processors of proprietary production — Exynos — remains in question. Earlier there were reports about the fact that the company can abandon them already with the next update of the flagships.