It’s been a busy few weeks Samsung Galaxy S23Leaks, but we are not done yet: The latest rumor is that the three models will be available with internal storage options starting at 228GB, up from the 128GB last year.
This is the normal mentor. Ahmed Qwalder(Opens in a new window) (Through SamMobile(Opens in a new window)), who also speculates that the Ultra model will be available with 512GB and 1TB onboard storage. According to this source, the Standard and Plus models will be available with higher-end options.
We also mention 8GB of RAM for the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus and 12GB of RAM for the Galaxy S23 Ultra — though previous leaksThey also noted that an Ultra phone with 8GB RAM is in development.
The Galaxy S22It is available with 128GB of internal storage and 256GB on board. Galaxy S22 Plus. It comes to Galaxy S22 UltraIt is available in 128GB and 256GB storage options, as well as 512GB and 1TB storage options. This gives you the most configuration options.
From this latest leak, it appears that the 128GB starting option has been removed for all three phones — with no other options added. The 2022 phones will have 8GB RAM, with an option for 12GB Ultra.
So while this is technically an upgrade — and it might come for free, if the starting prices of the Galaxy S23 phones are the same as their predecessors — Samsung is working to reduce the number of variants that will be available to the series this year.
Analysis: Internal storage is still very important
With so many apps now using streaming tech, internal storage options may not be as important as they used to be. What’s in it? NetflixSpotify and other services pull all their content directly from the cloud rather than your actual smartphone.
It’s still a matter if you have more storage than you need, not least because apps such as Spotify and Netflix can cache offline audio and video for times when your internet is down. There are podcasts, photos, and videos that you take, as well as apps and games that get more complex.
The 128GB limit is starting to look a bit too low for a phone’s starting configuration, but a lot of it still works. This could be the year that 256GB and above becomes the norm — though consider Apple still offering 64GB until recently. iPhone 12It may take some time before you catch up.
We long for the days when phones could hold a memorycard slot, which allowed users to expand storage as needed. That option is now largely gone, but an increase to 256GB for the Galaxy S23 would be welcome — as long as the price is right.
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