Samsung Galaxy S23 series key details have been revealed by a new report. We are still a while away from the next-generation flagship lineup, but rumors and reports have already begun to surface.
GalaxyClub has released some new information about the Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra models. A new report revealed the battery capacities of two of the trio of flagship models. According to this report, the Galaxy S23+ has the model number SM-S916 and a battery pack rated at 4565mAh. This basically means that the battery should have a capacity of around 4,700mAh.
Samsung’s top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra has a battery model number EB-BS918ABY. Its rated capacity was 4,855mAh and its typical capacity was 5,000mAh. Apparently, this is the same battery used on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is the brand’s current flagship model. GalaxyClub also leaked some camera specs for the Galaxy S23+ in addition to battery details.
An improved 12MP selfie camera will be available on the Galaxy S23 series, the publication previously reported. According to the latest information, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ will both have 12MP ultra wide-angle cameras on the rear. It is likely that this sensor will also be used on the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Keep in mind that this is still just an unconfirmed report, so take it lightly for now.