Galaxy S23: The Information Revealed About The Next Samsung

Galaxy S23

If the Galaxy S22 range has won over consumers, the new Galaxy S23 series, scheduled for release on February 1, 2023, is already generating enthusiasm among the public. Here is the latest information regarding these Smartphones, which are undoubtedly the most anticipated this year.

The Design Of The Samsung Galaxy S23

Like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the Galaxy S23 will undoubtedly sport a square design. At the back, we appreciate a sleek style with the 3 cameras of the Galaxy S23 and S23 plus, which form 3 separate islands. For the Galaxy S23 Ultra, we emphasize the presence of 5 modules, 2 of which are integrated into the device’s body!

There is still that perforated cutout at the front and specifically at the top (stack in the middle). In addition, a punch houses the 12 MP front camera. The two speakers that deliver stereo sound and the microphones are placed at the bottom of the device. On the aesthetic aspect, the Galaxy S23 will be available in 4 colors, namely Cotton Flower, Phantom Black, Misty Lilac, and Botanic Green.

What About The Screen?

For starters, expect the Galaxy S23 screen bezels to be larger. These Smartphones will feature a Dynamic AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. As for the size, the S23 plus and the S23 Ultra will have a screen of 6.6″ and 6.8″, respectively. As for the S23, the latter gets a 6.1″ screen. 

In terms of resolution, the user can enjoy superb Full HD+ and Quad HD images on the S23 Ultra. In terms of brightness, Samsung has outdone itself to provide the S23 Ultra screen with up to 2200 nits. Thus, the screen remains perfectly readable, whether under the sun or in the middle of the night. So you get great viewing comfort regardless of the external environment.

What About The Galaxy S23 Specs?

Whether the S23, the S23 Plus, or the S23 Ultra, the 3 Samsung Smartphones will all be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The latter will be associated with 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM. In other words, on the aspect of power and performance, the Galaxy S23 will not have to be ashamed of the competition. Running on Android 13, these devices are designed to satisfy the most demanding users.

Another advantage of this Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip is that heat is better managed, and the battery is better preserved over the long term. In addition, Smartphones display less energy consumption. The user can count on a large storage capacity to store his various files. For the S23 and S23 plus models, this is between 128 GB and 256 GB. The S23 Ultra will be between 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB. Finally, the Galaxy S23 series is compatible with 5G technology, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, and NFC technology.

And The Photos In All This?

Photo enthusiasts will be delighted with the Galaxy S23. The S23 and S23 plus both come with a main sensor (50MP), telephoto (10MP), and ultra-wide (12MP) camera. But the big news will come from the S23 Ultra since it will not have a 108 Mpx photo sensor as was the case on the S22, but a 200 Mpx photo module. This allows you to capture photos in UHD. Added are 2 telephoto lenses of 10 Mpx that can zoom to 3x and 10x.

What Autonomy For The Future Samsung?

Compared to the Galaxy S22, the Galaxy S23 will benefit from greater autonomy. Thus, the battery that will equip the S23 would be 3900 mAh, and the one that will power the S23 plus would be 4700 mAh. As for the S23 Ultra, the latter would be entitled to a 5000 mAh battery. 

The icing on the cake, the Korean giant has equipped its Smartphones with an “Energy saving” mode. Be careful; the phone’s performance will drop slightly when the user activates this mode. Note that wired charging is limited to 25 W, as is the case with previous models (S22 and S22+).

Rugged Phones

Like high-end phones, Samsung’s Galaxy S23s are all said to be IP68 certified. This means that they provide great resistance to splashes and water. Moreover, they can also resist dust. All this contributes to the Smartphone being able to guarantee long-term use.

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