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Due to a mistake, the configuration of the new Samsung Galaxy S23 was leaked


The inadvertent error occurred at the company's French subsidiary. How is the configuration of the expected Ultra version.

On the eve of a major release, such as the iPhone, it's increasingly difficult for manufacturers to keep their products under lock and key, as leakers manage to reveal the phone's configuration weeks and even months in advance.

The interest generated by these products in advance of the official announcement is increasing, being one of the largest sellers of smartphones worldwide.

But much of the expectation was diluted since all the specifications of the Galaxy S23 family were known.

What was striking was that the company itself revealed, by mistake, what its flagship, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, will be like, when there is still almost a week left until the curtain is drawn.

The team will be presented

on February 1


As the South Korean manufacturer has divisions in most world markets, it also has a product page for almost every country.

Websites are usually independent and have their own update cycle.

And of course, it is enough for there to be a simple mistake for it to

end up leaking


Take a look at the leaked official specs of Galaxy S23 Series (Thread)

— Dohyun Kim (@dohyun854) January 18, 2023

The mistake occurred in the subsidiary Samsung France, which missed the data sheets of the three models: the standard, the plus version and the most anticipated of all, the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

All the pages disappeared shortly after being published, but

were captured


Some of these specifications were already speculated to be included and many others were suspected.

The truth is that, with the almost official details, it is confirmed

what future

premium mobiles will be like. 

The most powerful of the family is the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

It shares SoC with its brothers, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and the screen goes up to 6.8 inches.

With a 5,000 mAh battery, it repeats with the inclusion of the S Pen pencil and the quad rear camera is dominated by the new

200-megapixel sensor

made by Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are very similar to each other: basically they differ in the size of the device, the screen (6.1 inches against 6.6) and the battery (3,900 mAh against 4,700).

It comes complete with a triple rear camera headed by a 50-megapixel main sensor.

And while it's hard to keep a secret when the presentation is days away, as usual, it's best to keep the information in doubt until the phones come to light.

Although the document contains the indication "provisional", the specialized site Phone Arena indicates that there are

high probabilities

that the information will be confirmed.

The manufacturers also confirm it

Samsung Galaxy S23 with Gorilla Glass Victus 2.

With glass increasingly resistant to bumps and scratches, smartphones, in the near future, achieved unbreakable status.

At the moment, the most advanced in this field are the Gorilla Glass Victus 2, which, as confirmed by the manufacturer, will come in Samsung's Galaxy S23.

This glass is capable of withstanding falls on a concrete floor of up to one meter in height and of two meters if the floor is asphalt.

It is also scratch resistant up to four times better than Dragontail's aluminosilicate, its competition.

Corning has pointed out that the new Gorilla Glass Victus 2 "plays a key role in the design of Samsung Electronics' upcoming Galaxy Flagship smartphones."

"We are proud to continue our long association with Samsung," Gorilla Glass Vice President and General Manager David Velasquez said in a company statement.

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