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Samsung has released the Galaxy S23 Ultra, a powerful new smartphone

Galaxy S23 Ultra


Samsung has released the Galaxy S23 Ultra, a powerful new smartphone

Samsung has now made known one of the most awaited phones of the year: the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Focused on performance, photography and sustainability, the model does not disappoint as the Android super smartphone that it is. Let’s get to know him in detail.

Customized Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 ensures optimal performance

This Android super smartphone offers top-notch performance, photography, and sustainability, and is sure to not let you down. Let’s dive deeper and get to know it better.

Speculation was already rampant and now it has been confirmed at the Unpacked event–the entire Galaxy S23 series has been equipped with a special edition of Qualcomm’s premier processor.

The impetus behind the models is the unique “Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy,” which is a Qualcomm experience that is specially tailored for Samsung users. As a result, Samsung has discontinued the Exynos processor, allowing people all over the world to enjoy it.

TM Roh, president and head of the Mobile eXperience Business, states that they are transforming what is considered to be the pinnacle of performance by combining powerful, long-lasting technology with devices that are more environmentally friendly.

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The brand pledges that the modified edition of the processor will raise the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s power by 20%, even though it has the same 5,000 mAh battery and 45 watt quick charging capacity as its predecessor. The Galaxy Ultra S23 has seen a 40% boost in its graphics performance, as well as a 40% improvement in its Artificial Intelligence capabilities.

At the exclusive gathering hosted by Samsung for the press, they promised that the device is outfitted with Artificial Intelligence technology to control the whole system, making the equipment more efficient in terms of performance and energy use. Gaming enthusiasts will be delighted to know that the new Ultra boasts support for Ray Tracing technology, which renders scenarios more lifelike by simulating and following each ray of light in real time.

It is also significant to note that all models in the new series are fitted with an enlarged cooling vapor chamber. This ensures that the Galaxy S23 phones remain at an optimal temperature, even when handling intensive tasks.

Unleashing the Power of Photography with Megapixels, Nightography, and Expert RAW Application

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
Nightography mode in action at the Planetarium da Marinha, in Lisbon Crédito@Samsung

The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s photography capabilities are impressive, starting with its quad rear camera setup. It includes a 200-megapixel HP2 sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses, with one providing 3x optical zoom and the other a 10x optical mega zoom.

Those who believe the only benefit of the HP2 sensor is a higher resolution will be surprised to learn it also uses pixel binning. The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s Nightography mode also allows for excellent photos in low light settings. We tested it at the Planetarium da Marinha in Lisbon and the results were impressive–the image was almost entirely devoid of the noise usually seen in these conditions.

Thanks to a new image signal processing algorithm that utilizes Artificial Intelligence technology, pictures taken in dim lighting are now enhanced to show more detail and realistic colors.

For those needing high-quality photos, the Expert RAW application is available. This program lets you take photos and modify them either in JPEG or RAW format, like you would with a DSLR camera.

In addition, the camera has a built-in optical image stabilizer that, as the brand claims, offers twice the range in all directions, the ability to record 8K video at 30 frames per second, and the new 360 audio recording feature of the Galaxy Buds2 Pro that allows users to create multi-dimensional sound.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 12-megapixel front camera is one of the most impressive features in its optical department, boasting a 60% faster autofocus and Samsung’s Super HDR technology that can shoot up to 60fps in both pictures and videos.

Samsung is striving for a carbon-free future and has built its Galaxy S23 premium line using recycled materials, such as plastic from the ocean floor and fishing nets. Furthermore, the devices will have a long lifespan with four years of operating system updates and five years of security updates.

In conclusion, here is a brief rundown of the key technical features:

  • Processor : Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy
  • RAM : up to 12 GB
  • Storage : up to 1TB
  • Rear camera : 200 MP + 12 MP + 10 MP + 10 MP
  • Screen : 6.8 inches, QHD+, 120 Hz
  • Battery : 5,000 mAh, fast charging 45 watts
  • Weight : 234 grams

Availability of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra was unveiled to the world today, and it will be available in stores worldwide on February 17th.

Tapan is a tech enthusiast who is passionate about new technologies in the PC and smartphone space. He is an ardent gamer, both PC and console, and loves coding.

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