For a few years, Samsung has been increasing the battery capacity of their flagship devices; for instance, the last S series devices, i.e. S22 series, have the battery capacity of Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 Ultra at 3700mAh, 4500mAh and 5000 mAh respectively. And then the company has increased the power of the devices with a new generation of the S series, i.e. Galaxy S23, which includes the Galaxy S23 base, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra, which have a backup as 3900mAh, 4700mAh and 5000mAh, respectively. However, the Ultra variant hasn’t got a significant upgrade in terms of battery capacity.
On the other hand, Pixel has also increased its battery capacity after the pixel 5, and currently, the pro version of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 is available for 5000 mAh battery capacity. However, Google has also not very much increased the capacity, from 4080mAh (Pixel 5) to 5000mAh( Pixel 7 Pro).
Why don’t companies focus on increasing the battery capacity for their Flagship devices?
Samsung always introduces its flagship smartphone in the S series, and for these devices, the company is always in protective mode, it always makes necessary changes according to the time, and now you are wondering if battery backup is not necessary. Actually, what you are thinking is right. It’s time that the flagship phones also should have more backups. It is also noticeable that the Korean giant also has devices which are already available with big batteries, like Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M51, which are available with 7000 mAh batteries.
But in the Flagship devices, Samsung is following a different approach; the company is focusing on optimizing the software as it will consume less battery and give an enhanced performance at the same time. For instance, the latest Flagship device of Samsung is now available with 5000 mAh (S23 Ultra), which has the same capacity, but it performs longer than any other brand’s device because it is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8Gen 2 as well as it is not the same processor which is previously available in the market; actually, Samsung is using a modified version of it which is specially designed for Galaxy S23, with higher clock speed.
Galaxy S23 Ultra gives you better performance than the Pixel 7 Pro regarding the battery
Along with the big battery, the latest flagship also beats the Pixel in terms of fast charging; the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports 45 W fast charging, while the Pixel 7 Pro comes with 30 W support. Both the devices come with reverse wireless charging, but Samsung’s device has the latest 4.5 technology. The Galaxy S23 device handles a 6.8 inches big display and comes with high-end camera specs, but it still manages to perform for a long because it is powered by the latest processor, which is made on 4 nm technology which helps to process all things fast and gives outstanding performance.
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