Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s display is remarkably similar to that of its predecessor; it is 6.8 inches in size, has a high pixel density, and operates at a dynamic refresh rate between 1 and 120 Hz. The sides are now less rounded, which increases the S Pen’s surface area of contact.
The Galaxy smartphone is now powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, whose primary core clocks a little faster than in the standard Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Although it appears that the GPU has also slightly improved in performance, this is regrettably countered by the SoC’s inadequate cooling. Nonetheless, this does not hinder outstanding performance in daily life and has no discernible negative consequences in our studies and in games. Unfortunately, Samsung does not support the extra Qualcomm audio codecs.
The primary camera has been updated to 200 MP, which allows for high-quality photo and video capture. Little artefacts can occasionally be seen up close, like with the S22 Ultra. Experience has shown us that updates in the future will make this better. Speaking of updates, the S23 Ultra will receive four significant updates, bringing it up to Android 17, as well as an additional year of security fixes.
Samsung now has a great smartphone in its lineup with the Galaxy S23 Ultra that will delight customers for a very long time. We don’t understand why Wi-Fi 7 was left out, though.
Another thing that needs to be criticised is the basic variant’s less RAM. Samsung should also support additional standards and more powerful charging technologies.
The smallest capacity option (256 GB) of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a starting price of US$1199.99 (RRP) and may be ordered directly from Samsung’s website. Typically, Amazon and other internet shops provide it for less money.
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