Even although Samsung is busy getting ready the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 for a launch tomorrow however that doesn’t imply that the corporate shouldn’t be getting ready for subsequent 12 months’s Galaxy S23 collection. As now we have talked about within the earlier leak, we do know concerning the Galaxy S23 Ultra battery and chipset however right now’s leak reveals a bit greater than that. We now know the mannequin quantity and the inner codename of the telephone, as properly.

Galaxy S23 Ultra FIrmware Shows the Various Model Numbers and Internal Codename

Samsung will likely be launching the Galaxy S23 collection in Q1 of subsequent 12 months, and right now, now we have our fingers on what the system is being known as internally, all because of Paras Guglani.

Considering how Samsung has already began engaged on the firmware for the following era of telephones, it doesn’t come as a shock that we have already got our fingers on the mannequin quantity and the codename that’s getting used. You can take a look on the screenshot beneath that reveals all of the helpful data.

Galaxy S23 Ultra Will Use Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Model Quantity and Codename Leaked as Well

As you may see, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is codenamed DM3, and the mannequin quantity is SM-918. Additionally, it’s also possible to see the mannequin numbers SM-S918BDS, SM-S918U, SM-S918U1, and SM-S918W. All of those are related to the identical system with the one distinction being the areas. It is secure to say that within the coming days, we will likely be seeing details about the remainder of the fashions, as properly.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra is anticipated to return with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a QHD+ show, an honest digital camera setup, and the identical 5,000 mAh battery that’s discovered within the Galaxy S22 Ultra. You can even anticipate the telephone to carry the S Pen slot and extra enhancements underneath the hood when it comes to the design language.

Are you trying ahead to the Galaxy S23 Ultra? Let us know what you consider the upcoming telephones.