Samsung Galaxy Phones

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Samsung Galaxy Smart Phones Overview

Next to Apple, Samsung is the most visible and well known smartphone brand on the planet. And while Samsung might not be as profitable as Apple, it does sell more phones.

Samsung Galaxy phones are popular for a range of reasons but from a purely economic perspective, Samsung’s success and market share is largely down to the fact that it A) makes a lot of different models at varying price points and B) it invests heavily in marketing campaigns, both on and offline.

Additionally, Samsung Galaxy phones have some of the best cameras on the market, with advanced features and exceptional image quality. Samsung Galaxy phones also feature fast processors, thanks to its move away from EXYNOS and over to Snapdragon, as well as ample storage and best-in-class screen technology.

The company also makes a range of different styles of phones too. You have its higher-end Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, its midrange Android phones in the form of the Galaxy A53 series, and its budget Android phones, the Galaxy M series. And there’s its range of foldable Android phones too.

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Features of Samsung Galaxy Smart Phones

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All Samsung phones run on Google’s Android software. On the higher end models like the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, you get access to more advanced features like triple lens cameras and 200MP ISOCELL sensors.

But even Samsung’s less expensive models still come with very impressive specs, hardware, and features.

  • Big Impressive AMOLED screens, most come with 120Hz refresh rates
  • Impressive Camera Quality and Features
  • High Performance Processors and lots of RAM
  • Excellent Battery Life
  • Generous Storage Options – most models come with 128GB base

All Current Samsung Galaxy Phones

ModelPrice with Trade-InRegular PriceColors Available
Galaxy S23 UltraFrom $569.99$1,379.993
Galaxy S23From $199.99$859.993
Galaxy S23+From $199.99$999.990
Galaxy A54 5GFrom $449.99N/AN/A
Galaxy A14 5GFrom $159.99$199.99N/A
Galaxy Z Flip4 256GBFrom $924.99$1,099.99N/A
Galaxy XCover6 ProFrom $479.99$599.991
Galaxy Z Fold4From $1,049.99$1,799.993
Galaxy Z Flip4From $1,004.99$1,179.99N/A
Galaxy A23 5GFrom $259.99$299.99N/A
Galaxy Z Flip4 Bespoke EditionFrom $924.99$1,099.993
Galaxy S22From $479.99$759.993
Galaxy S21 FE 5GFrom $579.99$689.994
Galaxy S22 UltraFrom $1,019.99$1,299.994
Galaxy S22+From $769.99$1,049.993
Galaxy A03sFrom $119.99$159.99N/A
Galaxy Z Fold3 5GFrom $1,799.99N/AN/A

You can also get 0% finance deals direct from Samsung for all of its latest phones too, so you can spread the cost of the phone over 12 or 24 months.

Samsung Galaxy S23

Consisting of three devices, these phones offer similar features and screen sizes to the previous Galaxy S22 series.

The entry-level Galaxy S23 boasts a flat 6.1-inch (155 mm) display, which is capable of a variable refresh rate from 48 Hz to 120 Hz. It comes with 8 GB of RAM and storage options ranging from 128 GB to 512 GB.

For those who prefer a larger display, the Galaxy S23+ is the perfect choice. It boasts similar hardware to the entry-level model, but with a larger 6.6-inch (168 mm) form factor. Storage options start at 256 GB, and it also boasts a faster charging rate and larger battery capacity.

At the top of the range is the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is packed with impressive features. It boasts a curved 6.8-inch (173 mm) 120Hz display that can adjust its refresh rate as low as 1 Hz. With 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and storage options ranging from 256 GB to 1 TB, this phone is perfect for power users.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra also comes with the largest battery capacity of all three models. In addition, it boasts a more advanced camera setup and a higher-resolution display than its siblings. Similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, it also includes an integrated S Pen for enhanced productivity.

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Samsung Galaxy S22

The S22 series features three unique devices, each with its own set of impressive features. The Galaxy S22 serves as the most affordable option, boasting a 6.1-inch (155 mm) screen.

For those who desire a larger display, the Galaxy S22+ is the perfect fit. It shares similar hardware with the Galaxy S22 but comes in a larger form factor, offering a 6.6-inch (168 mm) screen, faster charging capabilities, and a larger battery capacity.

The most advanced device in the lineup is the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which features a massive 6.8-inch (173 mm) screen and the largest battery capacity. It also boasts an advanced camera setup and a higher-resolution display compared to the Galaxy S22 and S22+.

Additionally, the Galaxy S22 Ultra features an embedded S Pen, making it the first device in the entire S Series to offer this feature.

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Samsung Phone Software

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Samsung phones run on Android, the Google-owned mobile and tablet operating system. Android is the world’s biggest mobile operating system by a significant margin, accounting for over 70% of all smartphones used globally.

Conversely, Apple’s iOS platform – the software that runs on its iPhone – has just 28% as of Q1 2023.

But even though Samsung phones run on Android, the software experience itself is completely different from that of Google’s Pixel phones – or any other Android phone for that matter.

The reason for this is that most Android phone makers, Samsung included, have their own custom skins which are run on top of Android; this is why the software on phones from Samsung and OnePlus look different despite the fact both phones may be running Android 13.

Samsung ONE UI

Samsung’s Android skin – the UX it runs on all of its phones – is called ONE UI. If you buy a Samsung phone today or next month or next year, you will be running ONE UI on your phone, or a version of it – new iterations are released throughout the year.

With each new build of Android, Samsung usually does a pretty major overhaul of ONE UI, adding in new design elements, new features and new abilities.

ONE UI is one of the better Android overlays, however, thanks to heavy investment from Samsung into its UX design, features, and abilities. In fact, ONE UI is so good nowadays it is one of the main reasons why we often recommend Samsung phones over, say, something from OnePlus or Nothing.

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