Two pricey flagship smartphones that have recently garnered attention from gadget fans worldwide are the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and the Nubia Z50 Ultra. Both devices are excellent options for those in the market for a top-tier smartphone with a lot of ingenuity and maxed-out specs. To assist you in choosing your next premium smartphone, we will compare the features of the Nubia Z50 Ultra and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Design and Display
Glass front and back surfaces, metal frames, and a wide range of color choices are just a few of the contemporary, distinctive, and exquisite design elements shared by the Nubia Z50 Ultra and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Compared to the Galaxy Z50 Ultra, the S23 Ultra is noticeably bigger and bulkier. The Galaxy S23 Ultra has an extra layer of security in Gorilla Glass Victus 2, making it even more durable than the standard Galaxy S23. The Nubia Z50 Ultra is the finest option if you care about aesthetics. It has one of any smartphone’s most excellent screen-to-body ratios, and the front-facing camera is hidden underneath the screen until it is activated. Finally, a color scheme based on one of Van Gogh’s most well-known works, Starry Night, is available for this phone.
The Nubia Z50 Ultra’s 6.8-inch AMOLED display has a Full HD+ resolution of 1116 x 2480 pixels, while the 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra offers a superior Quad HD+ resolution of 1440 x 3088 pixels. Both screens are capable of stunning images, have HDR10+ support, and provide immersive watching experiences. However, the Galaxy S23 Ultra screen is superior due to its excellent resolution and vibrant hues. In addition, it is helpful for efficiency users because it can use with a stylus for handwriting and painting. It also has a superior acoustic fingerprint reader embedded in the screen.
The rear cameras on the Nubia Z50 Ultra are 64 megapixels in size, the front camera is 16, and together they total a whopping 50 megapixels. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a cutting-edge quad-camera system with 200, 10, 10, and 12-megapixel lenses and a 12-megapixel front-facing camera. While the primary cameras on both phones are remarkable, the Nubia Z50 Ultra’s two auxiliary sensors are superior.
OS and Hardware
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU is in the Nubia Z50 Ultra and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, with the S23 Ultra’s engine clocking at 3.36 GHz and the Z50 Ultra at 3.2 GHz. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy is a customized processor variant explicitly designed for the Samsung flagship. Unlike the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which tops out at 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage, the Nubia Z50 Ultra gives you a choice between 8 GB and 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB and 1 TB of storage. The Z50 Ultra and the Galaxy S23 Ultra use Android 13, but while the former has MyOS, the latter has One UI. Both devices provide a fluid and fast user experience, so picking one over the other comes down to aesthetic taste and the preferred application suite.
Battery and Charging
The Nubia Z50 Ultra has an 80W rapid charger and a 5000 mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra also has a 5000 mAh battery, which can be charged at 45W via a wired connection or at 15W wirelessly. The Z50 Ultra has quicker charging rates but lacks wireless charging compared to the Z30.
Price and Availability
Nubia Z50 Ultra costs commence at €540 ($586) in China, while Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra prices increase significantly. The Nubia flagship is not yet available in markets outside China and can set you back more than €1200 (approximately $1303). What option would you select?