Galaxy S23+ Price In Pakistan
Minimalist, with a clean panel where the three cameras rise just a millimeter and, at the front, a screen with minimal, symmetrical edges, where any trace of the “chin” has disappeared: the Samsung Galaxy S23 in pakistan Plus is all about elegance and premium simplicity. The clean design is understated until you look at the details and the refined build quality.
This mobile phone does not desperately try to attract attention and is aimed at discreet people who want the solidity, quality and security of a Samsung, without having to be seen and perhaps that is right away its greatest virtue.
After all, by not trying to scream "look at me", the Galaxy S23 Plus might not roll its eyes today, but it certainly won't become cloying tomorrow. Your lines will not become heavy, time will not ruthlessly pass them by, and today or tomorrow, this will remain a quietly beautiful phone and an ode to unpretentious design in an era of exaggerated heights and curves, pulsating lights. It could stop here, but not even close: there are many more arguments in favor of the S23 Plus. Despite a very limited time with this equipment, its virtues are clear, although the list below is necessarily incomplete.
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Processor and memory : Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 8GB LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB UFS 4.0
Display : Dynamic AMOLED 3X 6.6″ FHD+, 120Hz, HDR10+
Photography : 50MP, 10MP X3 Zoom, 12MP Ultra Wide, 12MP Front Camera
Connectivity : 5G, LTE, Bluetooth 5.3
Battery : 4700mAh with 45W charging, 15W wireless
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Looking from a distance, the S22+ and S23+ share the general features of measurements and volumes, with just a few tenths of a millimeter more in height and width. The S23+ thus took several more or less discreet adjustments. The least discreet of all is the disappearance of the module on the rear panel. The three cameras and flash occupy basically the same positions as in the previous generation, but now the entire rear panel is a single smooth, clean, unobtrusive piece of frosted glass and the three lenses barely protrude above this elegant surface.
It's a matter of taste, but I'd say the new flat surface does wonders for giving the S23+ a much more durable look in its sleek minimalism. The smartphone is certainly more discreet, perhaps less daring, but certainly the premium is undeniable. It's the kind of smartphone without presumptions that will end up being the choice of those who have good money to pay for its capabilities and not so much to show off, which – in my way – is an excellent compliment. There's a very clear target audience for this kind of clean design that doesn't try too hard to be unforgettable.
The design will not only be the most elegant and unpretentious in recent years. It's also superiorly durable, thanks to the use of the latest Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2, which will make it more resistant to damage and scratches. Closing the piece, the IP68 certification is an additional guarantee.
The comfort of a Snapdragon.
This year, Samsung skipped an Exynos and immediately gave us a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, with all the promise that this puts on the table in terms of raw performance, although some heating is to be expected. In previous years, despite the great advances of the Exynos, the Galaxy were not exempt from criticism regarding compatibility with some games, for example, although in general the previous generation of Galaxy S did not leave anything to be desired in terms of power on the day. to-day.
With the entry of Snapdragon, Samsung effectively silences the critics, it does so with a bang. The Galaxy S23+ is an excellent performer, chewing up the most powerful games without reservation. Lost Light plays with appreciable fluidity and lush graphics, while the open world with everything happening in Genshin Impact doesn't seem to present entirely challenges. On board we find a Game Booster to better manage games and features numerous features such as turning on Dolby Atmos audio, turning off gesture navigation during games, or adaptive brightness and even a screen recorder. An option is also there to limit the screen's refresh rate to 48Hz to save battery life during hard starts.
It should be remembered that Samsung used a special version of Snapdragon. With a somewhat higher frequency, there is nothing surprising in realizing that we are top performers. By comparison to the S22, performance on GeekBench jumps over 50%, with an even wider improvement in PCMark's Wok 3.0. Superb! Not only here, of course: Adreno is devilish and keeps us on a knife edge, always staying above 60fps in Wild Life. The presence of LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 memories helps, of course.
Samsung – it is true – produces its Galaxy S to replace not the previous generation, but perhaps two generations ago. It has always been my most sincere impression of a brand that prides itself on the longevity of its equipment. But today I would change my mind. The distance between the Exynos 2200 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is such that, at this moment, I would not hesitate to advise Galaxy lovers who want the brute force that the S22 might not have.
In addition to pulling power, another advantage of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is its energy efficiency that is vastly superior to the Exynos 2200, at least on paper. On the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the new chip promises 40% more efficiency in the CPU and 45% in graphics. In pure specs, it's even more promising when looking at an Exynos 2200 that never quite got over its reputation as a battery drain. My very limited time with the S23+ does not allow drawing clear conclusions, but with a slightly larger battery (4700mAh), the Galaxy S23+ has everything for a much greater autonomy than the S22+.
Not everything is perfect, and Samsung continues to bet on a relatively pedestrian 45W charging, although in its favor it includes 15W wireless charging and 4.5W reverse charging.
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ seems predestined for multimedia. This year, the screen maintains the general specifications of the one we found on the S22+, with all the advantages of this one (120Hz refresh rate, maximum brightness of 1750 nits), and also with its limitations (8-bit color). With impeccably minimal bezels, the screen offers tremendous contrasts and intense colors, with superb readability even in broad daylight, thanks to the enormous maximum brightness.
We can help color settings for a more natural look, of course, so there's something for everyone. More important is the return of a stereo setup with speakers tuned by AKG that offer reassuring ability to play music with demanding textures or games where the audio really deserves to be listened to carefully. From behind, for those who want to use a good pair of headphones, Samsung once again offers its audio adjustment technology to our individual hearing, allowing us to adjust the sound in order to get the most out of it.
Cameras are always a favorite point in Galaxy, speaking on a personal level, I confess. I would have liked to have had more time with the S23+ to explore this field, but there was no such chance. A pity, because this generation is loaded with photo and video features. I'm talking about the artificial intelligence scene optimizer, composition suggestion and night mode: these are the most obvious. But there's also 8K video capture, Super Steady stabilization for and HDR10+ shooting.
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ has a base price of €1249 for the version with 256GB of storage.