In February 2023, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is anticipated to debut. Yes, because the Galaxy S22 series phones debuted in February of this year, it is precisely one year after they were introduced.
FOR A LAUNCH IN FEBRUARY 2023, THE GALAXY S23 SERIES SEEMS TO BE ON THE RIGHT PATH. However, this isn’t really a report, a confirmation, or anything of the sort. According to SamMobile , the Galaxy S23’s battery received Safety Korea certification. You might question how that could be a release date indicator for the Galaxy S23 series. In September 2021, the battery for the Galaxy S22 received certification.
Of course, nothing is guaranteed, but it certainly appears like Samsung is following in its own footsteps. The business may still plan a launch for a different month, but that is extremely doubtful.
Advertisement The battery will be utilized in the SM-S916B and has the model number EB-BS916ABY. If you’re keeping count, it is the model number for the Galaxy S23.
The battery is produced by China’s ATL (Ningde Amperex Technology Limited). The Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 batteries were produced by the same company.
EVEN THOUGH SOME OF YOU MAY WONDER WHAT THIS BATTERY’S CAPACITY IS, WE STILL DO NOT KNOW IT. Unfortunately, the given image (below) makes the capacity unreadable, so we don’t actually know yet.
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Samsung is anticipated to reveal three Galaxy S23 handsets. There will likely be the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Ultra in addition to the standard model. Naturally, there is a chance that Samsung will act differently this time.
The Galaxy S23 series is anticipated to run on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in every country. Samsung is rumored to forgo the Exynos SoC in favor of Snapdragon for its forthcoming flagship phones. Only the Galaxy S22 series featured an Exynos chip in Europe, and it was in many aspects substantially inferior to the Snapdragon version.