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Samsung’s Galaxy S23 might be the best phone to buy in 2023

2023 has seen a slew of major releases in smartphones and sometimes it can seem massively overwhelming to decide which device to get next.  

But if you’re still choosing or can’t make your mind up, there’s a big reason why you should consider the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. There are several reasons why Samsung’s newest range of smartphones might be the best Android phones on the market, especially the Samsung Galaxy S23. 

If you are still running around in circles and have no idea which phone to get next – whether it’s your next work phone or daily driver – here is a handy guide so you can help narrow down your choices and understand why a Samsung device might be a viable choice for your next smartphone. 

Starting with price, which can be the top distinguishing factor for eager shoppers and the first noticeable difference between the standard Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. At £849 the Galaxy S23 is a lot cheaper than the standout £1, 249 Galaxy S23 Ultra – but there are added features which come into the £400 price difference. 

It’s not called the Ultra for no reason, as the Galaxy S23 Ultra has the biggest display out of Samsung’s newest S Series of smartphones, with a huge 6.8-inch display.  Much bigger when you compare it to the standard S23’s 6.1-inch screen size.  

But despite the differences in size between the two models, which plays a huge influence when it comes to the pricing, both the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra are fitted with the exact same refresh rate – of 120hz. The number reflects the amount of times the display fully refreshes each second, it won’t make a difference to the naked eye but will make your favourite series, TikTok videos and films appear much sharper and clearer.  

Flipping over the S23 phone, Samsung has increased the megapixels of the selfie camera to 12-megapixels, an upgrade from the S22 10-megapixel camera. In contrast, the S23 Ultra is going to be the one for avid selfie or video fans with its huge 200-megapixel upgrade – this gives the model the edge when it comes to low-light shots as it brings more focus and detail to users’ images. Onto the back camera design and both the S23 and S23 Ultra have the same upgraded sleek look thanks to the cut of the S22 back camera notches.  

Both models offer something different for phone shoppers and nearly a year since its 2023 launch the S23 range is proving to be highly sought after. Whether it’s professional budding photographers looking to capture quality shots on the go (we’d recommend the S23 Ultra for this) or day-to-day mobile users looking for Super-Fast Charging, or detail enhancing technology, that’s where the smaller Galaxy S23 comes in. 


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