It can be difficult to stay ahead, especially in an innovative and competitive market. It gets tougher when a challenging year has been defined by insecurity, shortages and a looming recession. But that’s not equally bad for everyone, and for Samsung it’s actually pretty good. We have 9 006 top phones in our database this year. Samsung has a diverse product portfolio that includes powerful mid-rangers, flagships, accessories, and even a few tablets.
Let’s take a look at some of Samsung’s winners, and some inevitable losers. Let’s start high.
WINNER: Galaxy S21 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S 21 Ultra is our readers’ favorite phone 1200. You just can’t get enough of Samsung’s flagships, and for good reason. There are few better displays out there, and none of them support the S Pen. All of the Galaxy S 23 Ultra’s cameras have autofocus, and you get a macro-ready ultra-wide lens and two Zoom lenses, one of which can go farther than any competitor. The Ultra is very popular and people love it – a winner for Samsung.
Winner: Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4
The Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 may look identical to their predecessors, but in a few In one important respect they are better everyday phones. The Galaxy Z Fold4 has a better 60 MP main camera and a better 3x telephoto camera than its predecessor, while the Galaxy Z Flip4 needs A battery and charging speed boost.
Even better, Samsung kicked off sales of the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 with pre-order bonuses, buyback promotions, and carrier deals, making this Both products are easier to use and more popular.
Losers: Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro
In addition to the new foldable device, Samsung also launched the Galaxy Watch5 series. They’ve brought in new colors and covered all three sizes with sapphire crystal, which is a nice touch. But the new smartwatch uses the same Exynos W799 chip and sensor as the Galaxy Watch4, which makes the new watch as smart as the old one.
Galaxy Watch5 Pro battery increased by 40 % with Here comes a different, arguably “professional” design, but it does away with the rotating bezel, arguably the Galaxy Watch’s best-known feature — and seasoned users will tell you it’s irreplaceable.
Winner: Galaxy A and M series
Like every year in recent years, Samsung’s mid-range lineup has been popular. Both the Galaxy M-series and A-series offer small improvements over their predecessors, but keep the basic idea the same – great user experience at a great price.
Samsung’s built-in leadership in market availability ensures that the Galaxy A and M phones are well ahead of most mid-range competitors in most global markets.
Losers: Galaxy S23 and S20+
In addition, Galaxy S20 series as an upgrade from S
is not impressive. Samsung brought the glass back to the back panel of the smaller S 23, the chipset got a generational update, but the camera wasn’t one meaningful progress. We’d love to see autofocus on an ultrawide camera, and need to see it on the Galaxy S 23 series, or we’ll Points deducted
No one seems interested in upgrading to a Galaxy S 20/S23+ and they have done more to improve the competition mobile phone, you can’t win much.
Loser: Galaxy S 21 FE
The Galaxy FE Edition is traditionally a big winner for Samsung. Last year’s Galaxy S 21 FE 5G came out in early January, making many fans ecstatic. But over the summer of 2022, we received reports of Samsung’s apparent decision to ditch the upcoming Galaxy S 920 FE to boost S21 Ultra power. Judging by the lack of leaks, the Galaxy S 21 FE is definitely not going to happen.
Loser: Galaxy Tablet
Samsung is by far Android’s global tablet market share The leader of , hovering around the 40% mark is nothing to scoff at. But Apple’s market share is about 60% and that’s just market share. If we look at revenue, then Samsung is nowhere near Apple.
So yes, being second is not the worst thing, companies like Samsung Mobile, lose money.