With its new, cutting-edge design, the Galaxy S23 series demonstrates that the innovation brings both high-performance and sustainability for the ultimate premium experience.
The Galaxy S23 series raises the bar for both quality and aesthetics with less environmental impact than previous generations. To achieve this, we incorporated recycled materials in more device components than in any other previous Galaxy smartphone and designed the packaging box using 100% recycled paper. The presence of recycled materials in the Galaxy S23 series has also been increased, rising from six internal components made from eco-conscious materials in the Galaxy S22 Ultra to 12 internal and external components incorporating recycled materials in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
We also used a wider variety of recycled materials, including pre-consumer recycled aluminum and glass, for use in Galaxy devices. By continuing to increase recycled materials in Galaxy devices, this helps us reduce our impact on the environment. Specifically, the use of recycled ocean-bound plastics in the Galaxy S23 series could prevent more than 15 tons of discarded fishing nets from entering the world’s oceans by the end of 2023, helping to reduce ocean pollution.
The Galaxy S23 series is built to last with durability and repairability, making it dependable for years to come. It’s the first device to feature Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus® 2, which offers durability for long-term use and contains an average of 22 percent pre-consumer recycled content. The Galaxy S23 series also provides four generations of OS upgrades and five years of security updates, so users are protected for longer.
Check out the infographic below to see how innovation and sustainability can work together seamlessly, exemplified by the Galaxy S23 series.
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