Samsung Galaxy S23 Series Vs. Galaxy S22 Series: Head-To-Head
CRN reviews the biggest changes with Samsung’s new flagship smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S23 series. These changes include big upgrades such as the S23 Ultra’s 200-megapixel wide sensor, among several other improved camera capabilities, and a new custom Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm for all three phones.
Battery And Other Features: S23 Ultra, S23, S23+ Versus S22 Ultra, S22, S22+
Only two of the new Galaxy S23 phones get an upgraded battery, though the chipset powering all three will result in improved battery life because of the new Snapdragon chip’s improved efficiency.
The S23 has a 3,900-milliampere battery, up from the 3,700-milliampere battery of its predecessor. The S23+ has a 4,700-milliampere battery, up from the 4,500-milliampere battery of its predecessor.
The S23 Ultra has the same 5,000-milliampere battery as its predecessor. Samsung noted this as a good thing, however, because it didn’t have to increase the battery’s size to support the S23 Ultra’s new 200-megapixel wide lens without sacrificing battery life.
As for other features, the S23 Ultra comes with the S pen stylus like its predecessor, but the new device supports the ability to co-edit notes when users collaborate on Samsung Notes through Google Meet.