By Edward Lim
Samsung Electronics has unveiled the Galaxy S23 family of flagship smartphones.
In a nutshell, the new devices — Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23, — is packed with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for powerful and immersive mobile gaming (complete with ray tracing), a 200MP Adaptive Pixel sensor, and a Nightography camera that delivers great night shots and videos.
The top of the line Galaxy S23 Ultra has an embedded S pen, which disappeared for a while following the end of the Note series. The pen is ideal for those who love to draw, scribble and even makes it easier to manipulate apps and settings.
All the phones are made from consumer recycled aluminium and glass and post-consumer recycled plastics sourced from discarded fishing nets, PET bottles and water barrels. Even the packaging box is made with100 percent recycled paper.
Priced from S$1,188, the Galaxy S23 series comes in four nature-inspired matte hues – phantom black, cream, green, and lavender, and is available for pre-order with availability from February 17 in Singapore.
Get up close with the new phones at the Galaxy Experience Space in Singapore, one of five around the world. From February 3 to 25, visitors can pop by the space at Gardens by the Bay to experience the Galaxy S23 series and embark on a slew of experiential activities that showcases the smartphones’ creativity and productivity output, and entertainment and gameplay capabilities.