at your event Unpacked GalaxySAMSUNG Galaxy S23 and S23+ phones revealed, the new premium devices of the year. The models have a new look and feel compared to last year’s models. Unique processor made by Qualcomm.

The highlight inside the devices is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2nd Component for Galaxy, a special modification of the Qualcomm chip for Samsung mobiles, it offers all the advantages of the original processor, but reaches speeds of up to 3.36 GHz and is the fastest Snapdragon ever made .

If we continue with the devices, the RAM memory will be 8 GB in both models. As for storage, we will have the Galaxy S23 with 128 or 256 GB, while the S23+ will come with 256 or 512 GB – neither support memory cards.

On the battery side, the Galaxy S23 has a 3,900 mAH power supply with 25W charging, while the S23+ brings 4700 mAH and 45 W of power. As expected, the models bring reverse charging and wireless power support running at 10W. It is worth noting that in Brazil, 25W chargers will come out of the boxes of the models.

Design, display and cameras

On the outside, the new Galaxy S23 phones stand out for their smoother, more rounded appearance with IP68 certification. The softer design comes with a 6.1-inch AMOLED display in the standard model, while the S23+ has a 6.6-inch display.

Both models feature a panel with Infiity-O design, Gorilla Glass Victus 2 and HDR 10+, as well as a variable rate Full HD+ resolution up to 120 Hz. The mobile phones also share the same 12 MP selfie camera.


The cameras are the same on the back. The Ultra model has a 200 MP camera, while the S23 and S23+ have a 50 MP main sensor, accompanied by a 12 MP Ultrawide solution and a 10 MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom.

While the set doesn’t bring a flashy combination of features, Samsung promises improvements in software and rendering functions. Source night sceneIt is one of the most advanced solutions in the new family of devices for night photography and now also includes portrait mode images.


In addition to the improvements in night shots, Samsung has also improved the stabilization and video quality. The company has also made the cameras smarter, with improved AI to recognize objects and optimize the shooting experience.

Regarding the software, the mobile phones will launch with Android 13 equipped with One UI 5.1. Specifications also include support for 5G, Wi-Fi 6e, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC.

Launch in Brazil with promotion

For the first time, Samsung’s premium mobile phones will arrive in Brazil at the same time as the rest of the world. The pre-sale of the Galaxy S23 series kicks off this Wednesday in (1) country with a gift for pre-registerers: the wireless charger.

At launch, Samsung is also running a special promotion in its store: consumers will receive a storage upgrade when they purchase the phone. Thus, those who buy the 128 GB S23 will get the 256 GB model, while the 256 GB S23+ and Ultra will be replaced by the 512 GB version.


Another promotion is a free gift for those who pre-order: Galaxy S23+ or Ultra buyers will also get a Buds 2 Pro earphones, while standard S23 buyers will get Galaxy Buds 2. It continues until March 5th.

Galaxy S23 price in Brazil

The Galaxy S23 series smartphones will arrive in Brazil in four colors at the Samsung store: graphite, lime green, red and blue, with the last two only available in the Ultra model. Check out the cell phone prices below:

  • Galaxy S23: $5,999 (128GB), $6,499 (256GB)
  • Galaxy S23+: $6999 (256GB), $7999 (512GB)
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra: $9,499 (512GB), $10,499 (512GB), $12,499 (1TB)
Image: Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S22, 128 GB
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The smartphone has a 5G operating system, has 8 GB of RAM. Thin bezels flow into a symmetrical polished bezel for a large, well-balanced display and 3700mAh capacity.

Source: Tec Mundo

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