Rumors about Samsung’s latest premium smartphone, the Galaxy S23, have been circulating online for the past few months. It was the turn of the operating system of this smartphone, which was recently revealed based on a report by Sammobile.
Cited by XDA-Developers Wednesday (28/12/2022) Samsung One UI 5.1 is set to flood the Galaxy S23 line. This information emerged after it was revealed that Samsung was testing the latest One UI 5 firmware on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
From this information, the prediction indicates that Samsung is currently testing One UI 5.1. And as per Samsung habit, OS updates come with the Galaxy S23.
However, not much information has been released about the latest One UI 5. However, according to previous announcements from Samsung, one of the updates in this update is additional lock screen customization.
Prior to this information, other leaks also mentioned the battery capacity that will be used in the Galaxy S23.
Based on the popular Ice Universe leak, Samsung is going to increase the battery capacity of its all-new series of smartphones.
He said the Galaxy S23 is expected to use a 3,900mAh battery with 25W fast charging. For comparison, the Galaxy S22 only uses a 3,700mAh battery.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 Plus will have a 4,700mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 5,000mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging.
Ahead of the galaxy s23 series promotion video spread online and became a topic in an instant.
Through this image, it is known that the galaxy s23 plus will appear in a distinctive pink color, and the galaxy s23 ultra will appear in green color.
Meanwhile, in cyberspace, the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is being discussed again.
It’s reportedly been delayed until the middle of this month or the end of February 2023, and the latest leaks indicate that the Galaxy S23 series will launch even earlier.
The leak is data from two known leaker/pupil sources, and Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S23 series on February 1st, 2023.
It’s like 8 days ahead of the release date of last year’s galaxy s22 series. UniverseIce and OnLeaks agree on a date.
Unfortunately, Samsung has not officially announced when this new Android phone will be announced.
Given the Galaxy S23 release date of February 1st, that means Samsung has only had a few weeks to distribute invitations to the event.
Earlier, fake photos of Galaxy S23 were circulating on the Internet, drawing attention from netizens.
With this mockup, we can get a clearer picture of what a Samsung phone would look like while confirming many of the rumors currently floating around the internet.
One of the most notable changes is the rear camera module on the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus.
It appears that Samsung has decided to remove the lens panel. So now you can see all the cameras protruding from the back of the phone.
In a way, the two Galaxy S23 series will have a similar look to the Ultra variant. The difference is that the Galaxy S23 Ultra has a more boxy design.
Samsung itself has officially released One UI 5 for several devices. This latest version of One UI includes a number of improvements over previous versions.
One of the things that can be improved is customization. The existence of One UI 5 is focused on user personalization, said Sally Jeong, Mobile R&D Division of Samsung Electronics.
“The intention and purpose of the new One UI 5 is for us to really focus on the trend of personalization that is getting stronger in the mobile category,” Sally said in an online chat with the media crew.
But aside from customization, Samsung also enhances its productivity features. Therefore, Samsung provides Bixby with various features to help users, such as a custom lock screen and widgets based on usage patterns.
Sally said that when introducing multiple features to One UI 5, Samsung always pays close attention to the features that are also present in Android 13 by default. He said that Samsung will find features with the same identity as One UI 5.
So there are no redundant or redundant features in Android 13 over One UI 5. “There are things to consider when adding new features to One UI 5,” said Jelly.
Samsung is also conducting beta tests based on Android 13. Here, Samsung will take feedback from users and select or combine features as needed.
Samsung also has a general principle that it can provide continuity across all the devices it presents by creating a single user interface, such as One UI, that spans many device variants.
“And we’re building a general principle by looking at the different characteristics of different device form factors. For example, in a foldable device, we want to maximize the multitasking experience on the big screen,” he said.