It was reported on May 6th that a Samsung concept machine was recently exposed. The name and model of this concept machine is Samsung Galaxy S23. Because the machine adopts a very special rear camera shape, it has attracted the attention of many digital enthusiasts. Here we take a look.
Let's first look at the back of this Samsung Galaxy S23 concept machine, which uses a rear camera design with a ring module. However, this ring is different from the Oreo ring on the market. Its camera is embedded in the ring track, and inside the ring track is a circular smart window secondary screen, which can display some dates and calendars. and other information. This design is really unique and highly recognizable.
In terms of cameras, this Samsung Galaxy S23 concept machine uses three rear cameras, which are 50-megapixel main camera + 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens + 12-megapixel telephoto lens. Such a new imaging system supports OIS anti-shake technology, which makes the camera experience of this concept machine more secure.
From the front, this Samsung Galaxy S23 concept machine uses a 6.2-inch hole-digging full-screen design. This screen is made of Samsung Super AMOLED and supports 144Hz ultra-high refresh rate technology. Therefore, the screen quality of the machine is very high, which can make users look smoother when controlling the screen.
In terms of core configuration, it is reported that this Samsung Galaxy S23 concept machine is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor chip. The processor is manufactured with a 4nm process and is very powerful in terms of performance and power consumption. It is believed that with the blessing of this processor, the performance of this Samsung Galaxy S23 concept machine will reach new heights.
It is worth mentioning that in terms of battery life, the machine also has a built-in 4500mAh battery. Of course, such a battery capacity is not enough to make people feel amazing. What makes people feel very special is that it also supports a new generation of 100W super flash charging and wireless flash charging technology. What do you think about this? Comments are welcome to express your opinion.
Post time: May-12-2022