ON Sunday June 25, the largest festival in the world was host to one of the most acclaimed British singers, pianists and composers.

Elton’s act became the most watched Glastonbury headliner in the 53 years the festival has been running. An astounding 7.6 million people tuned in to watch Elton on the BBC broadcast and 120,000 were in attendance watching the performance at the Pyramid Stage.

One of these lucky attendees was Tom Honeyands from Somerset, who amongst the crowd, was still standing and had taken the perfect killer shot of the praised artist. Thanks to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 30X zoom feature, Tom had managed to capture a joyous memory that he can look back on, in high definition.

Samsung and iPhone, have long been at the centre of debate as to which is superior in quality and performance, with camera quality, being for many users, a top priority.

As Tom came away with his top-notch photo and is enjoying the benefits of his Samsung phone, others may have come away with broken hearts. This could be a history defining moment for the debate between the two models.

Samsung are always aspiring to inspire the world and shape the future with transformative ideas and technologies.

They are redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, digital appliances, network systems, memory systems, foundry and LED solutions.