When using a smartphone, one of the features users are most interested in is a bigger, longer-lasting battery. In the case of Samsung phones, autonomy is not one of their strongest points. But it appears that the company intends to gradually change this with the upcoming Galaxy S23 series in order to improve sales.
Samsung has emphasized design, power, and, most importantly, the cameras of its handsets more than battery capacity or charging speed in this regard. Its top models are really among the ones with the greatest images each year. The unfortunate problem is that they fall short of the same standards of excellence regarding the battery.
The Samsung Galaxy S23’s battery life information has recently been revealed. The smaller new phone, may have a 5% battery boost over the Galaxy S22, which has a 3700 mAh battery according to the South Korean website The Elec. We would then have a cell that has approximately 3900 mAh and 200 mAh more than before.
The unfortunate issue is that since this leak was so brief, we do not have additional information on the remaining models produced by the firm. Although it is conceivable that the Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra’s batteries will also improve in the same manner, we are unable to confirm or deny this at this time.
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The capacity of a mobile phone’s battery may increase, despite what would seem to be the contrary. This is because there is a limit to how much room can be added by expanding the size of this component. Especially in high-end mobiles where the design tends to be thinner and lighter. Not many manufacturers are ready to do this since as the capacity grows, the smartphone gets heavier and thicker.
Additional Galaxy S23 features
Samsung Galaxy S phones are often the first products with the newest Qualcomm processor internationally. We don’t anticipate 2023 to be any different in this respect. Thus certain variants of the brand’s Galaxy S23 smartphones may incorporate the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. While European versions may have the Exynos 2300.
The smallest phone would have a screen near 6 inches with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. In addition to a refresh rate of 120 Hz. And at least 45 W cable charging speed, and a 3-sensor back camera with Ultra wide angle and Telephoto lenses.