Samsung has been one of the most popular flagship phone makers for many years now. The company makes some of the best-selling phones in the world, and its devices are known for their high-quality hardware and features. Samsung phones also run the Android operating system, which is the most popular mobile platform in the world. However, Samsung is not without its critics. Some people say that the company’s phones are too expensive and that its user interface is gimmicky and unintuitive. Nonetheless, Samsung remains a major player in the smartphone market, and its phones are some of the most popular in the world. Now after having great success with its flagship phone, Galaxy S22. The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ both had their base variant at 128/8 variant. But now, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will only come in one based RAM configuration, 256/8 GB, instead of the usual 128 GB variant.
What does this mean for buyers? If anyone was hoping to get the 265/8 GB Base version of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, they’re out of luck. It will be compulsory to settle for the 256 GB storage version, which may be more expensive. However, the more storage version should offer better performance and more space than the 128 GB one. The newer phones will also support UFS 4.0, which means a faster reading speed.