The launch of the new Galaxy S23 will even happen on the 1st of February, which of course means that by the time of Valentine’s Day, the first units should already be reaching the hands of consumers.
Of course, in 2023, this also means that we already know everything, or at least almost everything, about the new devices. Incidentally, at this time of the championship, we just don’t know the price, nor what the pre-order campaign will be in Portugal. Everything else… Well… It’s written on the wall.
Galaxy S23: We are already in the final stretch! Know everything!
There are some exaggerations in this field. The Galaxy S23 and S23+ will change a bit, featuring a rear design more similar to the current S23 Ultra. A good move, which is not revolutionary, but which balances Samsung’s range of smartphones a little more.
As we’ve said many times, the S23 Ultra is going to be 99% the same as the current S22 Ultra. The differences will be in the margins, and in the colors.
This is where things are going to change, especially in Europe. It’s just that in 2023, we won’t see Exynos processors anywhere. All Galaxy S23 will be based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processors. In addition, according to what has come to our hands, they will be processors that are slightly superior to those of the competition.
That said, in addition to the SoC, Samsung will also improve the build quality of the devices, improve cooling, and implement the latest memory chips. (LPDDR5X RAM is already confirmed, but we are still not sure if the storage will be UFS 3.1 or 4.0).
It should also be noted that the battery capacity will increase on the Galaxy S23, and S23+, by 200mAh.
We will see base versions of 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage in all models. In short, in 2023, Samsung has decided to say goodbye to 128GB
The S23 Ultra will also feature versions with 12GB of RAM, and 512 or 1TB of internal storage. As for colors, we will see new choices on all models, in order to separate the S23 range from the 2022 S22 range.
First of all, the S23 Ultra will debut Samsung’s new high-end 200MP sensor. With the South Korean giant aiming for this to be the most powerful smartphone on the planet, in image capture, especially when the ambient light is not the best. It is very likely Samsung’s biggest bet in this field.
However, while the S23 Ultra goes up a notch, it is expected that the S23 and S23+ will continue with the exact same module as last year.
Samsung will bet on the exact same charging speeds. The manufacturer continues to dislike the effects of fast charging technologies on batteries, and as such, it will continue its longevity strategy. (25W for the S23 and S23+, and 45W or 50W for the S23 Ultra)
We still don’t know if Samsung will actually increase the price in 2023. But, taking into account the specifications, and economic reality, it is very likely that prices will increase between €100 and €150, in this launch, in each model.
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