Google Pixel 8 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra | Camera, Gaming, Battery & Beyond.

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So let’s look at two and two of the two best smartphones of 2023 that will drain your wallet even faster. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Google Pixel 8 Pro. This preview- This article tells about the performance, display, camera of both the phones. If by death match you mean comparing cameras and how well they play Genshin Impact and other things.

So should you spend a tasty grand on the Pixel 8 Pro or go for the Galaxy S23 Ultra Should you pay even more? Let’s see which one is best for you more technical information is given for your performance.

 

 

Google Pixel 8 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. 

 

 

Display: 

 

Now, certainly none of these mobiles can be called small. You’ve got the 6.7

Google Pixel 8 Pro here on the left. The 6.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra appears larger on the right side of the Sammy smartphone. This is simply because of its rectangular design.

 

Samsung S23 Ultra But the bezels are a bit thin because the screen is actually slightly curved at the edges. But we’re talking about a difference of about half a millimeter here, that’s some seriously subtle curvature, whereas here on the Google Pixel 8 Pro the display is completely flat. Both the Pixel and Galaxy have shiny aluminum frames and as you can see,

 

And both of these phones are also IP68 water and dust resistant, so no worries if you drop them in a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, bubble bath, hopefully it will come out the other end.

 

You got a small selection of color options with the Google Pixel 8 Pro, like beer blue, but then that red Galaxy S23 Ultra war. If I had to pick an overall winner for design it would have to be Google’s Pixel 8 pro. It’s pro, I really like the aesthetics. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is somewhat heavier yes, it is also a tad heavier. 233 grams vs 213 grams Pixel.

 

 

Android and Features:

 

So now let’s turn our attention to the software and both of these shocks definitely run on Android. But here on the Galaxy S23 version that is mashed with Samsung’s own One UI launcher, you’ve got the same basic UI on both of them.

 

And set though the app’s Tweet, swipe up for Tweet apps. True, sorry, but it’s far away and you’ll get the Google search feed. However, you will notice some aesthetic differences, especially when you pull down. The notification bar on the Galaxy S23 looks very different, thanks to the One UI and many other small differences as well.

 

For example, Google won’t let you get rid of that Google search bar or that Glance widget at the top. Here’s the Pixel 8 Pro because you can remove crap from that search bar on the S23 and the customization options are so different.

 

For example, here on the Google Pixel 8 Pro, you now have the choice of the AI ​​Wallpaper feature, themes, and different sets of wallpapers.

 

I could spend hours comparing the software experience of these two, but I won’t, you’ll be glad to hear. Although, I have to say, overall I prefer Google’s effort here on the Pixel 8 Pro. There is a basic optical scanner here on the Pixel 8 Pro or Samsung has come up with an ultrasonic sensor.

 

Now how funny is that ultrasonic scanner definitely works better when your fingers are a little wet or if you go swimming a lot or if you take a lot of baths, I think that’s a good news. But with both phones you also get some face unlock functions and both the S23 Ultra and Pixel 8 Pro support ESIM as well as physical SIMs.This is especially good news if you want to travel abroad.

 

As far as your storage goes, with the Samsung Galaxy S23 or three, you can max it out at 1TB capacity. That’s plenty of room for your music, movies, glitches and freaking effects.

 

Well here at Google Pixel 8 Pro. Of course here in the UK it maxes out at 512 GB, but I believe in the US you can even bump it up to TB.

 

There’s a lot of microSD memory card space on any of these phones and there’s really only room for one SIM on the Google Pixel 8 Pro, while at least there are a few SIMs on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

 

 

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Display & Audio:

 

Here you have got 6.7 inch display in Google Pixel 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in 6.8 inch display. On the Galaxy S23 Ultra, it’s the same completely cutting-edge technology on both blowers but with a different name. It’s Dynamic AMOLED 2X on Samsung vs Google’s Super Real Display.

 

You get the same pixel density on both, 2992 by 1344 resolution on the Google Pixel 8 pro, 3088 by 1440 on the IT Pro, and 3088 by 1440 on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

 

And both of these powerful flagship phones also serve up an LTP or panel, so refresh rates can range from nearly constant to 120Hz, with the option to limit them to 60Hz if you want to conserve battery life. But keep them at 120Hz R and it’ll be a creamy, smooth, super fluid experience when you’re zipping around that UI. However, the pixels it brings are clumsy when it comes to maximum brightness level at 2400 nits on Versus 17.

 

50 here on the S23 Ultra and the zombie is definitely no loose. Even when there’s sunlight reflecting off that bright display on you, you’ll still be able to immediately see what’s going on. But wow, if you live somewhere where there is extreme light all the time, you might be more impressed by the Google Pixel 8 Pro and for your audio needs, where you get a stereo speaker setup on both the Pixel 8Pro and S23 Ultra. have been found.

 

 

Performance & Gaming:

 

So now let’s move on to the more important topic of performance and Samsung’s got the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 powering the S23 Ultra, as Google’s got the brand new Tensor G3 as Samsung has stuffed inside the Pixel 8 Pro.

 

If you benchmark a bit and find that you will have some strange statistics to compare the two. Unfortunately Google probably blocked Pixelate Pro here on Geek Bench, so it’s a complete fail, but certainly in real-world testing both funds work really well. And when it comes to gaming, Genshin Impact runs at maximum detail settings on both of them, No worries.

 

However, on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, I’ll have to check it out. It’s a slightly more fluid experience, with a less noticeable drop in frame rate than the Google Pixel 8 Pro, where you’ll see the occasional weed jagger.

 

I also noticed that after about 20 to 30 minutes of hitting the gym the Google Pixel 8 Pro unfortunately started to heat up, but not to the point where it was reducing performance anymore and thankfully the G3 doesn’t get as hot as before.

 

Now this is for battery life.

Well, this is good news for both of these. You’ve got a battery with 5000 milliamp power ish capacity inside both these powerful chassis and that lasts for a long period of time. Absolutely excellent. I found it with these two.

 

 

Conclusion: 

So, which phone should you buy: Google Pixel 8 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? It depends on your choice. If you’re looking for the best possible camera performance and the cleanest software experience, the Pixel 8 Pro is the way to go. But if you want a phone with a larger display, more storage options, and a built-in stylus, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is a better choice.

 

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