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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra certification: You should expect more disappointments

by Joseph Richard
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Even in 2023, Samsung will likely continue to use 25 watts and relatively slow charging periods, as seen with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Following the first certification of the Galaxy S23 Ultra charger, which once again predicts extremely conservative charging times, there has been a lot of criticism of Samsung’s austerity strategy in the recent hours

Samsung’s austerity measures in the mobile industry have recently drawn particularly harsh criticism from the Chinese leaker Ice Universe. Many consumers already consider the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 pretty outdated, and it appears South Korean innovation will continue to lag in 2023.

 The internal innovations of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 +, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are likewise anticipated to be within reasonable bounds and will likely be comparable to those of their predecessors.

In the video, Technizo Concept of the Samsung Galaxy S23

With the return of a puzzle piece, the highly cautious image painted by leakers like the previously mentioned Ice Universe now makes sense. As you can see in the screenshot below, the initial certification of Galaxy S23 Ultra parts at the 3C authority implies that Samsung is preparing a 25-watt power supply for the next 200-megapixel camera flagship with the number SM-S9180.

 Beginning in 2023, there is a good chance that we’ll be back to the 25-watt charger generation, which is miles away from the 200-watt fast-charging power supplies used by the Chinese rivals.

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