Samsung To Increase The Battery Capacity Of Its Upcoming Flagship Galaxy S23 And S23+

Samsung is currently working on the upcoming flagship range ‘Galaxy S23’. So far, we got a lot of rumored information regarding it. Now, this information has come to the fore that the manufacturer is about to increase the battery capacity of the Galaxy S23 devices to have better battery life. In this order, the company also will introduce a new feature- Light Mode in these devices.

As per the rumored reports, the Galaxy S23 vanilla device will get a 3,900mAh of battery capacity; its Plus variant will have a 4,700 mAh battery, and the Ultra variant will stick with a 5,000 mAh of battery capacity. Other than the two that will have increased than their previous range variants, only the Ultra device got a battery capacity similar to its predecessor Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Coming to Light Mode, which is introduced as an alternative to Standard mode, was first presented in the Galaxy Foldables earlier this year. It specifically makes the battery life a priority and runs well at full performance. Let you know that it will not affect the Games, as its performance profile will still be controllable with the help of a separate game booster setting.

According to the IceUniverse, it will be deferred from the usual power-saving mode. It may lower the performance in a moderate range, but the power usage deduction will definitely be noteworthy. If we talk about the slowdown caused by Light Mode, the device’s new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset will improve its performance. As it is more power efficient than the 8 Gen 1 processor, it will provide a better battery life.

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