The Samsung Galaxy S23 battery receives certification on time.

Even though it seems like Samsung’s most recent smartphone unveiling was only a few days ago, the company’s upcoming flagship is already beginning to leak. If past trends are any indication, the Galaxy S23 series should launch in February. The timing of a fresh battery certification suggests that the release timeline is on track.

This week’s new listing on at Safety Korea features the Galaxy S23 batteries with the model number EB-BS916ABY. As the people over at SamMobile pointed out earlier today, this listing comes through right on track with the Galaxy S22 s battery, which was approved in September 2021 prior to its introduction in February 2022.

Unfortunately, it is the most information we can glean from this listing.
The battery looks to have been made by China’s ATL, which has previously made batteries for numerous other Samsung phones.

We are unable to determine the capacity. The listing includes the image below, but it’s too poor resolution to see the important information. The closest estimate we have for the capacity is 4,676 mAh or 4,878 mAh, both of which would be significantly more battery than the Galaxy S22. Given that it is anticipated that the Galaxy S23’s size would mostly remain the same, that seems doubtful.

But keep in mind that we’re dealing with a very hazy image, so take that with a massive grain of salt.

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