Sometimes it’s the little changes between smartphone generations that fans love the most, and this new leak from the Ahmed Qweider It will delight many future Samsung Galaxy S23 owners. It seems that the South Korean manufacturer has decided to increase the minimum storage space available in its flagship smartphones from the 128 GB option for the Galaxy S22 series to the 256 GB option for the Galaxy S23 series.
Qwaider breaks down the storage options for each device in the Galaxy S23 lineup, and the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ are mentioned as standard with just one variant of each at the moment: 8GB + 256GB. It looks like there will be three options for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, with 256GB, 512GB and 1TB being the options for the premium device in the range. However, the leaker only mentions 12GB of RAM for the S23 Ultra while there are already multiple reports of an 8GB variant.
It’s possible that Qwaider will just break down the currently confirmed storage options for the Galaxy S23 series instead of listing all the variants Samsung will produce. Introducing a 2023 flagship smartphone with just 128GB of storage wouldn’t be a smart business move on Samsung’s part, so increasing to a minimum of 256GB of storage is just one of many potential changes, small but important, which will be brought to Galaxy S23 smartphones. .
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-Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) January 1, 2023
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