Galaxy S23 Ultra with 12GB of RAM appears on Geekbench

2023 is finally here, and this means that in the coming days, we will be getting a lot of leaks and information about the Galaxy S23 series. Yesterday, we heard how Samsung could get rid of the 128GB of base storage it’s been using for some time, and today, the Galaxy S23 Ultra with 12GB of RAM has made its way onto Geekbench’s database, giving us some more info. About the next flagship from Samsung.

Galaxy S23 Ultra sporting Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 with 12GB RAM appears on Geekbench

Of course, the new listing doesn’t reveal anything we don’t already know. 12GB of RAM has become commonplace in most modern smartphones, and it’s no surprise that Samsung brought back the alternative.

You can have a look at the list below.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 12GB RAM

Apart from the RAM, we can also see that the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, which is also found in many other flagships that have come out. What’s interesting is that in terms of performance, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 variant featured in the Galaxy S23 Ultra performs in line with the rest of the phones running the same chipset. This is a surprise since we’ve heard about how Samsung is using a chipset with a higher clock for its upcoming Galaxy S23 series.

However, given how the phone is still in the early stages of software and hardware, we’ll likely see improved results with future leaks and, eventually, the full release of the phone.

Based on the leaks and other information we have about the phone, the Galaxy S23 series appears to be a slight upgrade over the previous generation. The most important upgrade is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and improved camera system on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It’s not bad because Samsung has been doing a good job on the design and other aspects, and their user experience is also excellent.

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