The Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra were reportedly 3C certified last month with 25W chargers, the first Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagships to be 3C certified, though the certification body did not disclose their battery capacity.
It's been rumored that the Galaxy S23 will have a battery capacity of around 3,900 mah (200 mah larger than the S22's battery), and now, details are emerging about batteries for the Galaxy S23 Plus and Ultra models.
According to the Galaxy Club,The Galaxy S23+ has a typical battery capacity of 4,700 mah, an increase of 200 mah over the S22 Plus. However, The Galaxy S23 Ultra won't get an upgrade, as it will have a 5,000mah battery like the S22 Ultra.
The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will have a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, the source added. The resolution is almost identical to the previous model. Although it's unclear whether the Galaxy S23 Ultra will also have a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera setup.
The official debut of the Galaxy S23 series is still a few months away, and according to Samsung's notoriously secretive Galaxy line, expect to hear more about the S23 smartphones in the coming months.
But whenever it does, Samsung will need to grab as much market share as possible with new devices in the first and second half of the year.
News from South Korea's Asia Daily, seen as Samsung. Home & throughout; The Korean smartphone market is undergoing a new round of changes. Apple, whose market share has been hovering at less than 20 percent, is gaining momentum in the second half of the year, increasing its presence in the Korean market.
The iPhone's share of South Korea's smartphone market continued to increase, rising to 34.1 percent in September from 27.28 percent in June, according to Stat Counter, a web traffic statistics service, on Oct. 4.
Samsung's market share has been slipping,The market share of Samsung dropped from 66.11% in June to 63.98% in July and 59.47% in August. In September, the market share dropped to 58.38%, marking the first time that Samsung's domestic market share fell below 60%.
The report pointed out that after entering the second half of this year, the market atmosphere has changed. Earlier this year, Samsung's Game Optimization Service (GOS) artificially slowed down some of its devices, and Apple increased subsidies for older iPhone series, driving the iPhone's market share in South Korea above 30% for the first time.