According to recent reports, the company that runs the popular speed test website, Speedtest.net recently tested the 5G network speeds of three Samsung Galaxy S23 models in different nations and regions. This study was done in 12 nations and regions, including China. It examines whether the Galaxy S23 series’ Qualcomm Snapdragon X70 5G modem is quicker than the S22 series’ X65 modem.
The test findings show that the Galaxy S23 series’ 5G network speed in the Chinese market is largely similar to that of the S22 series. Furthermore, the results of the survey show that the Samsung Galaxy S23 is yet to surpass the median 5G download speed in the fourth quarter of 2022.
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The median 5G download speed data of the 5 models is attached as follows … (Note: Galaxy S23+ was tested in other countries and regions, but S23+ was not mentioned in the report).
- Samsung Galaxy S22: 267.47 Mbps down, 62.93 Mbps up
- Samsung Galaxy S22+: 301.41 Mbps down, 61.09 Mbps uplink
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: 265.65 Mbps down, 48.40 Mbps uplink
- Galaxy S23: 242.70 Mbps down, 50.77 Mbps uplink
- Galaxy S23 Ultra: 269.86 Mbps down, 42.65 Mbps uplink
5G upload speeds on the S22 model range from 48.40 Mbps to 62.93 Mbps. However, for the Samsung Galaxy S23 and 23 Ultra, it’s about 50.77 Mbps and 42.65 Mbps, respectively. The full report can be found here: Early Testing Shows How Fast the New Samsung Galaxy S23 Models Are
Samsung Galaxy S23 camera crash issue
The Samsung Galaxy S23, which uses the OneUI 5.1 OS, has a fault with its camera. The president of Samsung Community has acknowledged the issue. When users switch to 30x zoom, there will be a crash of the camera app. This happens when the user switches the cameras swiftly. The company is right now working on an internal fix. In fact, according to some accounts, the update is currently being tested. All signs point to this upgrade being made available to users in April.