Samsung Galaxy S23 & S23+

Move past the mundane and embrace epic power with Galaxy S23 and S23+.

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The Samsung Galaxy S23: A Galaxy that fits in one hand

Easy to wield

The Galaxy S23 is the smallest of the three latest S series phones, and among the smallest Samsung models currently available. The 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x flat display may not seem like it on paper, but hold this phone next to the others, and you will notice the difference. Super thin bezels keep the dimensions tight for a more comfortable one-handed experience.

There is also some real power under its hood, courtesy of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, the same powerful chipset available in the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Premium performance should stand out in a number of ways for both work and play. The excellent specs inside enable anyone to create and share their own content, while also enjoying what others have to offer.

The Galaxy S23 doesn’t support the S Pen, so you won’t be able to take notes or draw with it on this phone. If you are looking for that kind of functionality, the S Pen comes included with the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

To further enhance the Galaxy S23's durability and maintain its sleek appearance, adding a protective case is a practical choice. A case not only guards against accidental drops and scratches but also allows you to express your personal style through a variety of designs.

The camera is ready when you are

Samsung improved various features with the cameras on the front and back to produce better images every time you shoot them. The 50-megapixel image sensor for the wide lens in the back benefits from faster autofocus, more vivid colours and new modes to capture memorable pictures.

There is something for everyone in the camera array. Use the 12-megapixel ultra-wide to really take in more of a scene or get closer with the 10-megapixel telephoto with 3x optical zoom and up to 30x hybrid zoom. Nightography takes a big step forward in reducing noise and highlighting key details to make those stirring night shots stand out even more.

For the experts, Expert RAW is back in the Galaxy Store, only this time it can shoot at the full 50-megapixels to deliver every available pixel for processing and editing later on in popular programs like Adobe Lightroom.

Look to the front selfie camera for another upgrade, this time to a new 12-megapixel sensor that not only creates a nicer bokeh effect, it also does a stellar job recognizing the details that matter, like hair, eyes and skin for more crisp authenticity every time. Expect more vivid, true-to-life colours to go with that, courtesy of Super HDR capturing 60 frames per second for the ultimate in dynamic range.

If you want 8K, you will get 8K recording with the Galaxy S23—this time at 30fps. Samsung also found ways to increase image stabilization and noise reduction that analyzes lighting while shooting at night in any resolution to deliver impressive results.

Working hard, lasting long

The Galaxy S23 also gets a modest battery upgrade from 3,700mAh to 3,900mAh, only serving to improve how long the phone lasts per charge. The screen’s adaptive 120Hz refresh rate helps preserve battery life much like the adaptive screen brightness does.

Its smaller frame doesn’t hold it back from getting things done. Samsung built this phone to be effective and efficient, capable of streaming content, browsing the web and social media, and using the latest apps.

With the power inside, plus the clarity on display, this phone has all the goods to be a mobile gaming device. Fast enough to play a wide range of games from various services, pair it with a game controller to turn the Galaxy S23 into a fun handheld console.