Samsung Galaxy S23 Could Get A Very Important Battery Boost

Samsung Galaxy S23 could get a very important battery boost upgrade but it will however be only by 200mAh.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Could Get A Very Important Battery Boost

Samsung Galaxy S23 Could Get A Very Important Battery Boost

The Samsung Galaxy S22 had a smaller battery in contrast to its predecessor for some reasons that were very much unclear to everyone but Samsung. The device came at just 3,700mAh, but it, however, seems like the company might be backtracking on that very reduction for the Samsung Galaxy S23.

According to Digital Chat Station which is a leaker with an impeccable track record in a post on Weibo, a Chinese website as seen by Pocket Lint, the Samsung Galaxy S23 will be having a 3,900mAh battery life. That being said, it is 200mAh higher than the Galaxy S22 which is not a massive increase considering but would however be a considerable one.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Has a 4,000mAh Battery

And even with that upgrade, it will not leave the smartphone with a particularly big battery. The Samsung Galaxy S21 has a 4,000mAh battery and that has been around the level that we had expected from a small-screen flagship, but this would be a huge step back but in the right direction.

The source additionally said that the Samsung Galaxy S23 will sport a 6.1-inch 1080p screen just as expected just like its predecessor and also that its fast charging feature will be a little worse than those of domestic meaning Chinese small-screen flagships.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Charging Speed

They didn’t specify what the charging speed will be but we have however heard someplace else that the Galaxy S23 will have just a measly 25W charging just like its predecessor. Samsung phones generally do tend to charge slower than most of its rival brands therefore this is no surprise.

None of this however has been confirmed yet of course. But one thing you should know is that they are all in line with what we expect based on the past form of the company and that suggests that once again, the standard Galaxy S model will not excel for charging or battery life, though, for the former, it might just be slightly better in contrast to the S22.


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