The Galaxy S23 Ultra is not expected for several more months, but some information about its technical sheet has already appeared on the web. The latest is about its battery, which will be the same as the previous generation.
In the Chinese social network Weibo, the famous leak company Ice Universe has just announced that the next smartphone from Samsung for 2023,e Galaxy S23 Ultra, should have the same battery as the current generation. Indeed, the smartphone would use a collection of 5000mAhsuch as the 2022 Galaxy S22 Ultra.
In terms of fast charging, we think that Samsung should always do with 45 W only, although some of its competitors like OnePlus are already using 150W technology in their smartphones, such as the latest OnePlus 10T. Despite having the same size battery, the autonomy of the smartphone is expected to increase.
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The Qualcomm processor will allow the S23 Ultra to be more durable.
Increasing the battery size is far from the only solution improve smartphone freedom. To have a longer life, the smartphone can have a smaller screen, more advanced battery technology or even more energy efficient features.
For its Galaxy S23, we learned a few days ago that Samsung will ditch its in-house Exynos chips for a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC in all markets. Exynos 2200 is far from being a model in the energy consumption sectormainly because of Samsung’s often criticized 4 nm engraving process.
So we have to get to the Galaxy S23 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which Qualcomm will officially present in November. From what we know, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will be released by TSMC and will emphasize GPU performance, not to mention improving graphics and CPU performance. The chip will above all be more energy efficient, but above all less prone to overheatingthe black stage of Android smartphones of 2021. It is also expected that the freedom of high-end devices that will use it will be. it is highly improvedas was the case with smartphones using the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, also made by TSMC.
Source: The Ice World