As the newest upgrades to its flagship S series, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy S23 and S23+. As usual, there are simply tinier improvements and small style modifications. Is it actually an improvement over the S22 series, then?
Design and Display
The displays have undergone improvements similar to the cameras while keeping the same fundamental layout from the prior year. The displays are flat Dynamic AMOLED 2X panels with a refresh rate of 48-120Hz and a 1080p resolution (with a touch sampling rate of 240Hz in Game Mode).
The Galaxy S23’s screen is 6.1″, while the Galaxy S23screen +’s measures 6.6″. Both variants have a fingerprint reader embedded beneath the display and a selfie camera punch hole in the center.
The addition of new feature this year is Vision Booster, which modifies colors and contrasts to meet the lighting conditions. By reducing eye strain in the evening, Enhanced Comfort serves as little more than a sophisticated blue-light filter. In terms of its newest “features,” Samsung appears to be borrowing a page from Apple’s playbook.
Internals and Software
All S23 phones will come equipped with a specially designed Qualcomm processor called the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, much to the relief of European and Pakistani customers who have been trapped with Exynos CPUs for a very long time. This is the only notable change for this generation.
Compared to other Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipsets, this one has quicker clock rates. The storage options for the phones are varied, but the RAM is fixed at 8 GB as in previous years.
Contrary to reports, the two phones actually offer a 128 GB entry-level model, but it is only compatible with UFS 3.1; higher-end models (256 GB/512 GB) will let you to access your storage at a faster rate thanks to UFS 4.0.