The Galaxy 23 line has been unveiled. In San Francisco, Samsung staged its Samsung Unpacked event to unveil its mobile offerings, which compete with Google’s Pixel 7 and Apple’s iPhone 14 series.
Details about the Android OS on the Samsung Galaxy S23 is four times larger than the Pixel 7 and two times larger than Windows 11
The pricing is maybe the most evident difference right away. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series begins at $800 (about £645, AU$1,120), while the Pixel 7 begins at $599 (£599, AU$999), the same price as the Pixel 6 in 2021. This pricing gap, though, may not matter to Google in the United States, where most customers buy smartphones through wireless carriers that have usually provided appealing upgrade deals on new Galaxy phones and iPhones (this could be changing, however, at least when it comes to premium phones).
Aside from the pricing, the design, chipset, battery, and display size of the Galaxy 23 and Pixel 7 differ. Google, for example, has a camera bar that extends across the width of the chassis and utilises its own chipset known as the Tensor 2, but the Galaxy S23 operates on a special version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and does not have a camera bar or camera hump. Scroll down to see a comparison of the specifications.
When purchasing a flagship phone, the camera is a critical decision element. It’s worth noting that Samsung’s $800 Galaxy S23 has a separate telephoto camera for shooting distant things, something the Pixel 7 lacks. To get that wonderful optical telephoto zoom, you’ll have to upgrade to the $899 Pixel 7 Pro.