After the official statement of Samsung regarding its upcoming smartphone Galaxy S23 series, we got a number of leaks, and now in pursuance of a new report, next year’s flagship series model, Galaxy S23 Ultra, has received its first regulatory approval.
It has to be passed through the Regulatory Agency 3C of China. The application has been uploaded online on the Chinese social network Weibo. As the image came yesterday on social media, users got pretty excited, but the least amount of information can be observed.
The image contains some important information and displays that Galaxy S23 Ultra is manufactured in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam. Model number SM-S9180 is present in the table, and 25W of supply charger EP-TA800. It doesn’t reveal more but using a 25W charger in this model is quite unexpected as customers are thinking of getting a more powerful one compared to the predecessor Galaxy S22 Ultra with 45W.
Wall chargers are excluded from the devices of this brand to take care of the environment. We can consider it meaningless because by not giving the wall charger, the charging of the mobile will not be stopped. Apart from this, the company has started to sell separate chargers that consume electricity more, like Wireless Charging Pad or Charging Hub, which can charge multiple devices simultaneously.
Don’t miss our latest news on Samsung technology. Follow SamLover.com on your favorite social media platforms for instant notifications.