According to the tipper Ahmed Qwaider, Samsung has taken user feedback to heart and is introducing a big improvement. The South Korean manufacturer may no longer sell the 128GB base storage for the Galaxy S23 series.
The base models of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra appear to all include 256GB of internal storage. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will also come with 512GB and 1TB storage choices.
Previously, the South Korean tech giant offered free upgrades to its 256GB phone models to anyone who pre-ordered or bought them during a sale, but these offers were only made available in the US and a very small number of other nations. As a result, everyone in the world will have a happier year this year.
While the Galaxy S23 and S23+ appear to have 8GB RAM, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have 12GB RAM.
The informant also thinks that the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display would be much flatter than that of its predecessor. This change should improve the S Pen’s screen writing and drawing capabilities. Every Galaxy S23 will have One UI 5.1, which is based on Android 13, preinstalled.
With this more recent software version, there may be more options for personalising the lock screen.