Galaxy S23 and S23+ got featured on FCC

Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S23 needs no introduction anymore. As usual, it will get three devices: Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. As per previous reports, the company will launch this series in February 2023 in an Unpacked event. Just a few weeks before its launch, the vanilla device of this series (Galaxy S23 and S23+) got featured on the FCC website. Now let’s take a look at the information about this device that we have got till now.

Let you know the Galaxy S23 and S23+ device has appeared on the FCC website with the model number SM-S911B and SM-S916B respectively. Unfortunately, the website didn’t disclose much about the device, but we have got a lot through the rumors and leaks so far. According to previous reveals, it will be booted with Android 13 with a layer of One UI 5.0 on top of it. The device will get power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.

Coming to its camera appearance, the Galaxy S23 will get a triple-camera setup on the back, in which the primary camera will be a 50MP shooter along with a 12MP quality ultrawide camera and a 10MP quality telephoto camera. The telephoto camera featured in it will support 3x optical zoom. Its selfie shooter will be a 32MP quality camera arranged on its front. It will get a total of 3,900 mAh of battery with 25W wired and 15W wireless charging support.

As per previous reports, the vanilla device of the Galaxy S23 series will get a total of 8GB of RAM with 256GB of internal storage. It is reported to feature a 6.1-inches Full HD+ display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Apart from this information, the device is also expected to get amazing features such as Astrophotography and Low light photography. It is expected for its launch; the company will host the unpacked event in February 2023. However, that information hasn’t been confirmed officially.

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