New leaks reveal a big reason to be excited about Samsung’s Galaxy S23+

Unless you’re the world’s most dedicated Samsung fan or you continue to use an ancient Galaxy S9 that you’re absolutely determined to upgrade to a new flagship next spring, it doesn’t matter, there are obstacles latest rumors around Galaxy S23 family Left you feeling overwhelmed (at best).

Now many stories and credible sources are pointing to this a completely unchanged design For Vanilla S23 and S23+ (at the very least) compared to their respective predecessors, but what you may not have realized by now is that the lack of external changes may actually prove to be a good thing.

beautiful from outside, strong from inside

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but in the age of (far from) similar high-end smartphones, the Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra purposefully look good enough to make a visual impact both familiar and special. feel from (almost) any.

Neither too heavy nor too thick, the 6.6-inch metal-and-glass S22 PlusThe For example, manages to pack a reasonably heavy 4,500mAh battery, (almost) perfectly blending beauty and power. Of course, there’s always room for improvement in the battery stamina department, especially as far as Android flagships are concerned, and that’s right. samsung Expect to do with the Galaxy S23 Plus.

If Inside election information Proves to be accurate, which has happened several times for several unreleased Galaxy devices in the past, the S23+ will upgrade the aforementioned cell capacity of its 2022 forerunner by about 5 percent.

That might not sound like much, but it would be a pretty impressive feat on Samsung’s part if a 4,700mAh battery were squeezed into the uprated plus-size body of the Galaxy high-endor. The current plan is of course (more or less) to retain the S22+’s 7.6mm thickness and 195-gram weight, which is something that can be achieved with the help of so-called “stacking” technology.

The internal contents of the battery will be stacked “layer by layer like a ladder” to ensure that it doesn’t occupy too much space inside the Galaxy S23+, keeping the phone relatively spacious. It seems like a lot of engineering work to increase battery capacity by 5 percent, but if the end result is just an hour or two of standby life between charges in the real world, we’re fairly certain a lot of users will appreciate otherwise. Appears to be a minor upgrade.

No news on the S23 and S23 Ultra fronts… yet

While this latest election report (translated here) doesn’t spell things out for us, its timing for sure that the 4,700mAh of information is connected in some way Recent Battery Certification Which left the capacity number up in the air. However no similar documents have been discovered for the other two members of the forthcoming Galaxy S23 Family Aaj Tak, they should also come fairly soon.
Until then, we probably won’t know what “regular” Galaxy S23 And S23 Ultra The model has similar battery size upgrades in the pipeline compared to the S22 and S22 Ultra. But that won’t stop us from speculating that Samsung is actually planning to improve the segment in the lineup.

after all Galaxy S22+ Our in-depth reviews of three S22-series devices yielded the highest battery life test results, so it won’t always be important to upgrade the S23+ and not upgrade the S23 and S23 Ultra. Department.
If we make some (semi-educated) guesses, we’d expect the base Galaxy S23 version to pack at least a 3,800mAh or so battery, while the S23 Ultra could probably go up to about 5,300mAh of juice. , If you also add speculatively increase energy efficiency Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Processor Equation wise, you can expect the entire S23 family to outright crush its forerunner in our battery endurance tests next year.

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