Samsung is reportedly working on the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup, which is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2023, following the Samsung Galaxy S22 series that debuted earlier this year. Potential models in the lineup include the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Follow More updates on Hostspotnews.com
Recently, the Ultra surfaced on China’s 3C certification, revealing the charging specifications of the upcoming premium Samsung flagship. The same certification website is now where the other models are displayed.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 is identified in the China 3C listing by the model number SM-S9110, while the Galaxy S23+ is identified by the model number SM-S9160. In keeping with the Galaxy S22 lineup, the listing indicates the phone will enable 25W fast charging.
China’s 3C features the Samsung Galaxy S23
The 3C website in China has now listed every model of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. The prior site sighting of the Galaxy S23 Ultra indicated that it would support the same 25W charging.
The 3C certification doesn’t tell much about the flagships’ other features, such as their battery capacities, other from the charging speed. However, we think they would include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is scheduled to launch later this year. One Cortex-X3, two Cortex-A720s, two Cortex-A710s, and three Cortex-A510s are reportedly part of the SoC, which is a 4nm chipset.
There is a good probability the Galaxy S23 phones will arrive in India with the Qualcomm CPU, just like the Galaxy S22 models did.
According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a huge 5000mAh battery. A first for Samsung smartphones, the device is also anticipated to have a 200MP primary camera on the back, assisted by a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 10MP telephoto sensor with 3x optical zoom. The front camera is claimed to be 40MP and support autofocus.