A few days before, Samsung’s upcoming flagship model ‘Galaxy S23 Ultra’ got listed on 3C Certification, which hinted that Samsung had started working on its new Galaxy S23 lineup. However, today, the other variants of this new flagship lineup got listed on the same certification site.
This evening, the new Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ got listed on the 3C Certification site, revealing the charging specifications, same happened in the case of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It is worth mentioning that the listed devices have the following model numbers: SM-S9110 (standard Galaxy S23) and SM-S9160 (Galaxy S23+), which denotes that these are the Chinese variants of Samsung’s new flagship lineup.
As per 3C Certification, both devices support fast charging up to 25W and use the same EP-TA800 charger as in Galaxy S23 Ultra. In our previous post, we mentioned that Samsung might limit the charging capability of its Galaxy S23’s Chinese variants.
At the same time, the other variants will still support 45W charging as the previous Galaxy S22 lineup also supports the same charging power. Samsung is unlikely to downgrade charging power in all variants.
In terms of other specifications, the body dimensions and display size of the Galaxy S23 lineup would remain almost the same as in Galaxy S22’s lineup. It is also expected that this lineup will feature an all-new 200MP primary camera sensor for the first time in the history of Samsung’s mobile devices.
Inside both phones, the new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset is expected to be powered whether it is an international or a Chinese/US variant. However, some rumors stated that Samsung might manufacture a limited number of Exynos 2230/2300 5G powered Galaxy S23 models.
It is expected that Samsung will release its Galaxy S23 lineup between the end of December 2022 and the start of January 2023. The expected chipset (to be powered in the Galaxy S23 lineup) is also not announced yet.