A performance, battery, and brightness improvement is coming to the Galaxy S23
The official unveiling of the Galaxy S23 is barely one month away. As a result, reliable leaks about Samsung’s future high-end phones have begun to surface. The Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra’s first official image from yesterday been leaked. We’ve discovered some intriguing Galaxy S23 specs today.
The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will boast Super AMOLED panels with up to 1,750 nits of peak brightness, according tipper Ahmed Qwaider. That is less peak brightness than the 2,000 nits that a previous research had predicted. Even yet, it’s encouraging to note that the standard Galaxy S23 has the same screen design as the Plus and Ultra models.
The battery capacity of the standard Galaxy S23 is also increasing. According to reports, the gadget will have a 3,900mAh battery, but 25W fast charging is the maximum that can be used. The Galaxy S23+ now has a 4,700mAh capacity, which is an improvement. For both non-Ultra variants, that represents a 200mAh battery bump. The smartphone will continue to use the 45W quick charging capability of its predecessor.
⭕️It seems to me that Samsung focused more on the S23/S23+ than the S23 Ultra
💥Battery S23 3900mAh 25W
💥Battery S23+ 4700mAh 45W
💥Battery S23 Ultra 5000mAh 45W pic.twitter.com/tEcthiPD1D
— Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) December 26, 2022
The 5,000mAh battery inside the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports 45W rapid charging. Additionally, according to Ahmed, all three phones will ship with an upgraded cooling system for longer-lasting performance and will run One UI 5.1, which is based on Android 13. According to reports, all three phones will also have 12MP selfie cameras with dual-pixel focusing.