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Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S23 has arrived, and it’s an exciting new device with some fresh upgrades.
This time, the Galaxy S23 has trimmed down a touch for a sleeker look. The camera array is smaller in size to give a cleaner design, and the 6.1-inch display looks better than ever.
The Galaxy S23 boasts a Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O FHD+ display on its 6.1-inch screen. Its adaptive refresh rate means the screen reacts to what you’re doing - scrolling is now much smoother when you’re gaming or watching YouTube videos. You can turn the adaptive refresh rate off if you’d prefer, but you may notice the change when you’re scrolling and browsing.
Advanced Vision Booster is a nifty new feature that adjusts your screen to create better colour representation in different lighting conditions.
The Samsung Galaxy S23’s rear camera set up is comprised of:
This impressive selection delivers sharp, detailed images packed full of colour. Despite the main lens clocking in at 50MP, it defaults to 12MP images. You can, of course, switch it back to 50MP for even more detail, but bear in mind it's a bit slower on this setting.
For all the lowlight photo enthusiasts out there, Samsung has improved Nightography, so those after-dark images are clearer than ever.
Selfies are covered by a 12MP front camera but it’s being referred to as a Super HDR selfie camera. So it’s time to start posing for even better portraits.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is 17 February 2023, so it's out in store right now!
The Samsung Galaxy S23 costs £849 for the 128GB model and £899 for the 256GB version. The S23 is the standard device of the range, so it’s cheaper than its Plus and Ultra counterparts.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 camera is made up of a triple lens set up on the rear (50MP/10MP/12MP), and a 12MP selfie camera on the front.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 range includes a regular S23, an S23 Plus, and an S23 Ultra.
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S23 on a pay monthly contract from most major UK networks, like O2, Three, Vodafone and more. Of course, you can also buy the phone outright, SIM free and use a SIM only deal.
No, the Samsung Galaxy S23 does not have a headphone jack. You can connect your wireless headphones over Bluetooth.
The Galaxy S23 range is Samsung’s flagship line of smartphones, and with a 6.1-inch display on the latest model you’ll enjoy a dynamic screen along with excellent cameras, powerful battery and eye-catching design.
Yes, the entire Samsung Galaxy S23 range supports 5G. But remember, you’ll also need to have a 5G data plan and live in an area where 5G has been switched on to enjoy 5G speeds.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is available in 128GB and 256GB models. The handset you need comes down to your personal preferences. If you want a lot of storage, go big with the 256GB model.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 does not ship with any additional accessories.
Top smartphones have a long battery life that keeps you going all day, and the S23 is Samsung’s biggest release of the year. The standard model comes with a 3900 mAh battery, which gives you plenty of juice for a whole day of use.
Author: Ray Ali Last updated: 10 August 2023