First certification for Galaxy S23 and S23 25W chargers.

The Galaxy S23 series has already started to receive regulatory certifications from Samsung. The Chinese version of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, model number SM-S9180, appeared on China’s 3C certification website last week. Now, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 models have done the same. With the model codes SM-S9110 and SM-S9160, respectively, the two have as expected surfaced on the 3C website.

The listing reveals that the EP-TA800 wall charger, which offers up to 25W fast wired charging, was used to test the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 ( via ). But that doesn’t always mean that the forthcoming Samsung flagships will charge more quickly. The same 25W charger was advertised for the Galaxy S23 Ultra last week. However, we anticipate it to enable charging speeds of up to 45W. This is due to the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 45W charging capacity. The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 may top out at 25W speeds, though, unless Samsung fixes the situation, which is looking less and less likely.

Speaking of adjustments, Samsung won’t be making many this time around. The Galaxy S23 series, according to rumors, will be a carbon replica of the Galaxy S22. And this extends beyond outward appearance. According to reports, the majority of the internal hardware will not change. The display and cameras on the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 will be identical to those on their respective predecessors. The 200MP primary rear camera on the Ultra variant might be combined with a more energy-efficient screen. The other cameras remain unchanged.

Advertisement Samsung’s use of new technologies may result in a slight five percent increase in battery capacity next year, but the charging rate is probably going to stay the same. Additionally, the updated smartphones will use Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Samsung might use the Exynos 2300 manufactured by the company in specific areas. The more recent UFS 4.0 storage option and Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max, the largest ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor in the world, are two further alleged enhancements.

THE Galaxy S23 series won’t be released for some months. This is the Galaxy S23 series’ initial certification. Samsung is anticipated to reveal its newest flagship models in January or February of the following year. Thus, the arrival of the phones is still several months away. There should be a ton of leaks, rumors, and certification listings for the next phones during this time. When that happens, we’ll know for sure what has changed and what hasn’t with this year’s Galaxy flagships. We’ll update you as necessary.

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