Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs Motorola Edge 30 Ultra: Which of the Ultra smartphone better fit your need?

Check out the features of Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Motorola Edge 30 Ultra.

Samsung and Motorola have been launching new smartphones every year. With their each new model, the brands also bring out an even better version which serves the features a little better that its base model. In order to learn more, we wondered which of the brand has better features than another.

We analyzed Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Motorola Edge 30 Ultra to learn about its specifications.

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Body

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9 mm with weight of 234 grams. It is built with glass on the front and back with frame of aluminum. The phone supports Nano-SIM and eSIM or dual SIM (2 Nano SIMs). The aluminum frame is expected to protect the phone from drop and is scratch resistance. It is also dust and water resistant up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has dimensions of 161.8 x 73.5 x 8.4 mm that weighs 198.5 grams. The phone is built with gorilla glass 5 in front and back with its frame made of aluminum. It supports single Nano-SIM.

Display

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has employed dynamic AMOLED technology for display with refreshing speed of 120 Hz and brightness ranging from 1200 nits to 1750 nits. The size is bigger at 6.8 inches with 89.9% screen-to-body. The resolution is 1440 x 3088 pixels and has protection of corning gorilla glass victus 2.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra uses P-OLED technology for display with refreshing speed of 144 Hz and brightness of 1250 nits. The size of the display is 6.67 inches with 90.3% screen-to-body ratio. The resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels and has corning gorilla glass 5 protection.

Camera

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is clearly built to set away from the crowd with its main camera of 200 MP f/1.7 (wide), 10 MP f/4.9 (periscope telephoto), 10 MP f/2.4 (telephoto), 12 MP f/2.2 (ultrawide) with features of LED flash, auto-HDR, and panorama. The phone promises high quality gaming experience with video quality of 8K @ 24/30 fps, 4K @ 30/60 fps, 1080p @ 30/60/240 fps, 1080p @ 960 fps. The front camera is 12 MP f/2.2 (wide) with dual video call and auto-HDR features. The video quality is 4K @ 30/60 fps, 1080p @ 30 fps.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has three main cameras – 200 MP f/1.9 (wide), 12 MP f/1.6 (telephoto), 50 MP f/2.2 (ultrawide) – with dual-LED dual-tone flash, panorama and HDR feature. The video quality is 8K @ 30 frames per second (fps), 4K @ 30/60 fps, 1080p @ 30/60/120/320/960 fps. The front camera is 60 MP f/2.2 (wide) with HDR feature. The video quality is 4K @ 30 fps and 1080p @ 30 fps.

Platform

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra supports Android 13 operating system. The chipset is Qualcomm SM8550-AC Snapdragon 8 Gen. The CPU is octa-core (1×3.36 GHz).

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has operating system of Android 12, upgradable to Android 13. The chipset is Qualcomm SM8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. The CPU is octa-core (1×3.19 GHz).

Memory

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has internal storage of 256 GB with 8 GB and 12 GB RAM, 512 GB with 12 GB RAM, and 1 TB with 12 GB RAM. This model does not allow expanding storage space.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has internal storage 128 GB with 8 GB RAM, 256 GB with 8 GB and 12 GB RAM, and 256 GB for 12 GB RAM. The model do not expanding the storage space.

Battery

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra also has lithium ion battery of 5000 mAh. The non-removable battery supports wired, 15W wireless and 4.5W reverse wireless charging. It is expected to be 65% charged in 30 minutes with wired 45W charging.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has lithium polymer battery of 4610 mAh. The non-removable battery supports 125W wired, 50W wireless and 10W reverse wireless charging.

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