I have 8GB. Phone is definitely an improvement on S21U especially battery life. I don't use phones for photography or games. Not excited about the S24 particularly, I don't feel the need to have the latest thing.
04-06-202306:45 PM - last edited 04-06-202308:28 PM
I have the 512GB 12GB. Upgraded from s21 ultra 512GB 16GB Ram. The s21 ultra for me was great and certainly no slouch. With the s23 with only 12GB, I don't see any difference from the 16Gb. For me the upgrade was worth it. I loved the display on the s21 ultra, I love the s23 ultra more. Gets dimmer and also brighter. Using the s21 ultra in low brightness in dark environments. I use to see flickering while scrolling. S23 ultra doesn't do this. So the display to me is an improvement. Battery was great on my s21 ultra, s23 ultra is even better. Both designs I like, feel very similar in weight. It's a great phone, runs smooth and haven't had any issues. Camera is great, I do have pets and kids, shutter lag hasn't been an issue for me, and that's without camera assistant. Had a couple of moving objects blurred. Overall most photos turn out great. I don't game on my phone, so can't say anything on how games run. From what I've read on reddit, I dont think there is any issues with gaming.
How much average SOT are we talking ? My S21 ultra gives me average 5 hours SOT which translates to around a day of normal usage for me. If at work come home with 70% left and then just drain it to around 30-20% playing COD mobile.
FHD 120htz adaptive and light mode. 5g and Bluetooth.
I have 12GB Ram and 256GROM on my S22ultra iv'e never took to much notice when taking photos, the only problem I incounted was the time when the photos were grainy but Samsung issued a fix to the camera and it's much improved now. I won't be taking up on any offers my phone is a contact phone with O2 and so I will see once it ends. I certainly won't buy direct from Samsung site after hearing all the bad reviews i read. So it's NAR comment like the mods send you🤣😂