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The S23+ is the most mainstream phone in Samsung’s Galaxy portfolio, offering many of the same capabilities as the S23 Ultra in a more comfortable size for a few hundred dollars less.

The Galaxy S23+, which starts at $999.99, is Samsung’s most traditional flagship smartphone. It has many of the same features as our Editors’ Choice, the Galaxy S23 Ultra (starting at $1,199), but it is a little smaller and does not include the S Pen pen. The S23+ still packs a powerful processor and a slew of features in a sleek package, making it an excellent choice if you want a phone with greater battery life than the normal Galaxy S23 (beginning at $799.99) but don’t want the extra features of the more expensive Ultra variant.

While updating from the Galaxy S22+ to the S23+, Samsung hardly recast the mold. The previous phone was 6.20 by 2.98 by 0.3 inches (HWD), whereas the new phone is somewhat larger at 6.21 by 3.0 by 0.3 inches (HWD). The weight of the S22+ and S23+ remains the same at 6.91 ounces. In comparison, the S23 (5.76 by 2.79 by 0.3 inches, 5.93 ounces) is smaller, and the S23 Ultra (6.43 by 3.07 by 0.35 inches, 8.25 ounces) is significantly larger.

Finally, the S23+ is large enough to provide the massive display that many smartphone buyers need without being obnoxiously large. If you want the most portable model, you might select the standard S23, but we believe the S23+ is the perfect size for most individuals.

Samsung assembles the phone from an attractive mix of glass and metal. The sturdy Armor Aluminum frame is built in part from recycled materials. The handset’s front and back are composed of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2, which can withstand higher drops than previous versions of Gorilla Glass while still preventing scratches. The matte coating on the phone’s rear prevents fingerprints, which we like. It also has an IP68 dust and water resistant designation, which means it can withstand up to 30 minutes in around 4.5 feet of water without trouble. This is the same level of security as the Pixel 7 ($699) and iPhone 14 ($799).

The S23+ is available in a variety of colors from Samsung. Cream, Green, Lavender, and Phantom Black are generally available, however Graphite and Lime are only available on Samsung’s website. Samsung provided us with the Lavender smartphone, which is a subtle yet appealing hue of purple.


Samsung made some smart changes to the camera design, removing the unnecessary framing around the lenses and allowing them to stand out on the back of the phone. It’s a good aesthetic that contributes to a more polished overall style.

On the right edge, you’ll discover a volume rocker and a power button. The top and left sides are devoid of controls, but the bottom features a dual SIM slot (yes, physical SIM cards are supported in addition to eSIM), a USB-C connection, and a downward-firing speaker.

You can use the in-display ultrasonic fingerprint reader or facial recognition to unlock the phone. We tested both and found them to be simple to use, while the fingerprint scanner appeared to be significantly faster. According to Samsung, the fingerprint reader is the more secure option of the two. In any case, you can easily access the phone without having to enter a PIN each time.

The 6.6-inch Super AMOLED 2X Infinity-O screen of the S23+ is stunning. It’s not significantly better than last year’s S22+, but we’re not complaining.

The screen has an FHD+ resolution of 2,340 by 1,080 pixels and a pixel density of 393ppi. The QHD+ (3,088 by 1,440) display of the S23 Ultra has a pixel density of 501ppi. The 6.1-inch S23 has the same resolution as the S23+ but a greater pixel density of 425ppi due to its smaller size.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Samsung that powers the Galaxy S23+ is a great performer. Instead of employing a standard 8 Gen 2 SoC like the OnePlus 11 5G, Samsung collaborated with Qualcomm to develop a speedier version of the SoC. This leads to higher performance and benchmark scores in the majority of categories. The S23 is powered by the same SoC as the S22.

The chip is manufactured using a 4nm technology and contains a single Arm Cortex-X3 CPU with a clock speed of up to 3.36GHz (the standard 8 Gen 2 runs at 3.2GHz). It also has four performance cores with clock speeds of up to 2.8GHz and three efficiency cores with clock speeds of up to 2.0GHz. Qualcomm does not indicate how much the Adreno 740 GPU improves over the base model.

The S23/S23+ comes with 8GB of RAM from Samsung. Meanwhile, the S23 Ultra comes with up to 12GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the S23+ has 256GB or 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage, while the S23 has 128GB (UFS 3.1) or 256GB (UFS 4.0) storage. The S23 Ultra has storage capacities of up to 1TB. There is no microSD memory card port, as is common with new flagships, so make sure you obtain enough storage for your needs. We tested the 256GB model.

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