Samsung is about to release the Galaxy S23, while Apple has already introduced the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, and Google is going to reveal the final specs of the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.
Since the S22 was unveiled on February 9, the newest children of the Korean behemoth might very well follow the tradition of their predecessors and be introduced in February. The SamMobile website, which focuses on news about the Suwon company, is pursuing this.
The information website is based on the S23 Plus battery, which has newly surfaced in Safety Korea’s database of a battery certification organization. The S22 Plus battery also received certification in September, proving that the rollout is proceeding according to plan.
A picture of the battery is included with the certification, revealing its model number, EB-BS913ABY. Therefore, it would be made by the same Chinese business, ATL, that makes the batteries for the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4.
The capacity of this accumulator cannot be determined with any degree of accuracy. However, for comparison, the S22 Plus has a 4500 mAh battery. Furthermore, Samsung has revealed that there would be one high-end smartphone with Snapdragon, rather than the previous two models.
As a result, we anticipate a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which, based on the first reports surrounding Qualcomm’s next CPU, should emphasize autonomy much more.