After the launch of Samsung’s Z Fold4 and Z Flip4, Samsung has started working on its upcoming flagship series, the successor of the Galaxy S lineup. In the past few months, many leaks and rumors regarding the Galaxy S23 have been revealed, and again this morning, we got a look at a significant leak.
This morning, the famous blogger @DigitalChatStation revealed a few specifications of the Galaxy S23 standard version. As said by the blogger, the new standard Galaxy S23 will adopt 6.1 inches 1080p straight display just like the previous Galaxy S22 standard model.
In addition, the blogger also revealed the battery cell’s capacity (inside the Galaxy S23), which is 3900mAh typical value, the rated value is 3785mAh. It has been observed that Samsung has upgraded the battery capacity by 200mAh. We can expect a better battery backup as the display size and many other components will have the same power consumption as in the standard Galaxy S22.
As per previous reports, the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will come with a new back design in which the camera module is now separated from the side edges; the back side has no dedicated camera module and just camera holes. The body dimensions and display size would remain the same as in the previous Galaxy S22 lineup.
In terms of chipset, the entire Galaxy S23 series is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, which would be a significant upgrade over its predecessor. As per leaks, Qualcomm will upgrade the entire architecture of its upcoming chipset for next-level performance. In some regions, Samsung might manufacture a limited number of Exynos 2230/2300 5G powered Galaxy S23 models.
All the models in Galaxy S23 series would support a 45W fast charging (25W in Chinese models, as per 3C Certification). However, the battery capacity in the Plus and Ultra models is currently unknown. The leaks also state that the high-end variant (Galaxy S23 Ultra) will feature a 200MP lens.
For now, we can expect that the new Galaxy S23 series will be launched between the end of December and the start of January.