The Galaxy S23 may come with a larger battery capacity to make up for the lackluster battery life of its predecessor. According to a popular leaker in China, Samsung’s upcoming compact flagship will have a massive battery boost following the Galaxy S23 Plus model.
- It is being said that the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S23 may increase.
- The Galaxy S23 may come with a 3,900 mAh battery, compared to the 3,700 mAh battery found in its predecessor.
- Both the Galaxy S23 and S23+ may share the same design as the Ultra model.
Samsung may have admitted that the Galaxy S22 isn’t great when it comes to battery life, despite its coveted tag. Apparently, they want to solve that problem not only by getting a more efficient processor, but also by having a bigger battery capacity across the entire lineup.
A famous laker is named Digital site It has a strong track record of offering a range of unknown smartphones from major brands. In a recent Weibo post, the vanilla Galaxy S23 claims to pack a 3,900 mAh battery, 200 mAh more than this year’s Galaxy S22.
A five percent difference may not seem like a drastic improvement, but when paired with a Snapdragon Gen 2 SoC, the South Korean company could eventually offer longer battery life. Early reports suggest that the new silicon from Qualcomm will bring 15 percent more efficiency over the current Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. We’ll need to confirm that number after the chip is unveiled next month, though.
What else should you expect from the Galaxy S23 (Plus)?
In addition to longer battery life, the two models are expected to come with refreshed designs, ditching the contoured camera island. Both the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus share the smaller Ultra back panel. However, it’s still unclear if you’ll see the same camera upgrades as the rumored 200MP sensor in the Galaxy S23.
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