Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is one of the newest top-of-the-line smartphones on the market. With all the marketing that Samsung is doing to get people to buy the phone, Zack from JerryRigEverything did a quick test of the phone’s durability on the outside before the official teardown. The tests showed how well-built the Galaxy S23 Ultra is. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
Zack starts by pointing out that the box for the Galaxy S23 Ultra is made of 100% recycled paper. Zack makes fun of the color tone of the phone because Samsung brags about how it makes its products with eco-friendly materials. Where the bold print suggests that ‘natural dye’ is used for the device’s color, the fine print suggests that only 10% is natural. Even funnier is seeing Zack scratch (no pun intended) at the device’s glass panel. Samsung says that the screen is made from recycled glass, but data from Corning shows that only 22% of the glass is made from recycled pre-consumer glass.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Specs
The same thing happened with the S22 Ultra last year. Materials with a Mohs level of 6 start to scratch the glass and materials with a level of 7 scratch it more deeply. When you scratch the sides, the dye comes off, and the metal side buttons can be taken off. Once Zack snaps the S-Pen together, he goes into more detail about how it works. After talking a bit about the camera setup, which is, without a doubt, the biggest change from last year, Zack used a lighter to test how well the screen could handle the heat. The phone did pretty well with the heat. Even after 60 seconds of constant flame, it didn’t break. Last but not least, the Galaxy S23 Ultra passed the bend test with flying colors, and JerryRigEverything called it “structurally sound.”
The AMOLED screen on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is 6.8 inches tall. With its LTPO technology, this panel has a QHD+ (3,088 x 1,440) resolution and a dynamic refresh rate from a high of 120Hz to as low as 1Hz. The display on the Galaxy S23 Ultra is one of its best features. It has a peak brightness of 2,000 nits, which is more than the 1,750 nits that its predecessor had. As was said before, this panel is made of Gorilla Glass Victus 2 from Corning. It has the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC from Qualcomm. This processor works with either 8GB or 12GB of RAM and either 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of storage space on the inside. It has a 200 MP main sensor, 10 MP (periscope telephoto), 10 MP (telephoto), and 12 MP (ultrawide) cameras on the back and a 40 MP (wide) camera on the front.