Unboxing the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, with a review of the 200MP camera, gaming performance, battery life etc after four days of full-time use. I’m using the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra as my personal smartphone, to give it a real-life test. Check back soon for a proper full review to see if it’s a true Pixel 7 Pro rival, and have a watch of my comparison vs the S22 Ultra to see what’s been upgraded!
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This is one of the most expensive new phones of 2023, costing hundreds more than the Plus model – in the UK, it costs from £1249, rising to £1599. While most of the specs and that design are close to last year’s smartphone, the Samsung S23 Ultra does boast a fresh HP2 camera sensor which can capture good looking night shots. Video still struggles in low light, vs the Oppo Find X5 Pro and some other flagship Androids. But most people should be very happy with the results.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset rather than Samsung’s Exynos efforts, so gaming is sublime and battery life also seems just as good as the S22 version. And One UI 5.1 is certainly packed with features, although the doubling up of apps with Google is still annoying. But the S Pen stylus is a solid USP, which others like the iPhone 14 Pro Max don’t offer.
So are you tempted by the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? Full review will hit in a couple of weeks hopefully, check out my unboxing of the biggest rivals like the Pixel 7 Pro here on Tech Spurt.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Unboxing & 100 Hour Review Chapters:
0:00 – Get on with it!
0:52 – What’s in the box?
1:28 – Design
3:41 – One UI 5.1 & features
6:49 – S Pen
8:05 – Display & audio
10:41 – Performance & gaming test
12:38 – Battery life
13:42 – Cameras
18:19 – Byyeeeeee
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