As rumors suggested, Samsung will launch its upcoming flagship Galaxy S23 on February 1st, 2022. The series will also get three devices as usual- Vanilla, Plus, and Ultra. As its launch time is drawing near, the desire to know its specifications is also getting strong. However, we do know a lot about it so far through the leaks and renders, but nearly half of them weren’t confirmed. Recently, Ahmed Qwaider, a well-known name for leaks, has shared some information about the Galaxy S23 series devices, so let’s take a look at it.
According to Ahmed Qwaider, all three devices of the Galaxy S23 series (Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra) will get a super AMOLED display along with a maximum brightness of a total of 1,750 nits. However, it is quite less than the previously found rumors, which even suggested a 2,000 nits brightness; even the Galaxy S22 Ultra, its predecessor, has a maximum brightness of 1,359 nits only. It seems that Samsung has chosen the same display solution for the Vanilla device as well, which was used in the Plus and Ultra devices, which is a good move.
Apart from the Display information, Qwaider also provides some tidings about the battery quality of this series. According to him, there will be a 3,900 mAh battery for the Vanilla variant, a 4,700 mAh battery for the Plus variant, and a 5,000 mAh battery for the Ultra variant of this device. He also said that the limitation of fast charging is at 25W only, while the Ultra variant is expected to get a 45W fast charging. Additionally, he also expected that the company would get a better solution for the cooling system as well to provide better performance.
Besides all of these, the Galaxy S23 series is also expected to get a 12MP selfie camera with dual-pixel autofocus. However, let us inform you this information has been taken from the rumors provided by tipster Ahmed Qwaider, and none of them are officially confirmed yet.
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