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The cheapest model of the Galaxy S23 may be slower!

Slower storage technology will be used in the Samsung Galaxy S23 128GB model. So why? Here are the details.

Days before the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S23 family, new leaks are emerging about the devices. According to the last claim Galaxy S23 128GB model will have a slower storage technology. So why did Samsung make such a decision for the entry-level S23 model?

Galaxy S23 128GB, UFS 3.1 storagewill come with

According to popular leak resource Ice Universe, the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S23 UFS 3.1 storage While the 256GB and 512GB models will feature the latest UFS 4.0 technology. This reveals that Samsung will distinguish between its standard and high-end models.

The Galaxy S23 128 GB model may have some disadvantages in terms of storage. Similar to other models of the series, LPDDR5X will have RAM, while the same technology will not be used in storage. Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra 256GB and 512GB storage options UFS 4.0technology will come.

The reason why the technology giant makes a distinction in storage technology is due to stock problems. As Ice Universe reports, only the Japanese manufacturer Kioxia 128GB UFS 4.0 produces. However, it does not create significant performance gains compared to Samsung’s UFS 3.1 modules. That’s why the company will use its own UFS 3.1 modules.

Galaxy S23 series, Qualcomm’s mods for Samsung Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 It will take its strength from The Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is stated to come with a 6.8-inch screen, will offer a resolution of 3,088 x 1,440. Galaxy S23 Ultra will have 8 GB and 12 GB RAM, Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus will only have 8 GB RAM versions.

It appeared on the website Galaxy S23 price listis as follows:

  • S23 8/256 GB: 6,069 zloty (1,289 euro)
  • S23 Plus 8/256 GB: 7,049 zloty (1,603 euro)
  • S23 Plus 8/512GB: 8,159 zloty (1,733 euro)
  • S23 Ultra 8/256 GB: 8,328 zloty (1,770 euro)
  • S23 Ultra 12/512GB: 8,679 zloty (1,843 euro)

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