The Samsung Galaxy S22 series was an incremental improvement over the Galaxy S21 series from 2021. Although the non-Ultra variants had a faster CPU and a newer primary camera sensor, overall these phones were not much different from their predecessors.
Given how excellent Samsung’s flagship phones are, the company’s decision to make little changes was not unwise.
For the Galaxy S23, the Korean manufacturer is anticipated to use the same approach while making a few small design adjustments. This is further supported by a fresh leak, which suggests that Samsung may make changes to fix two serious problems with its current infant flagship.
The Galaxy S22 received criticism for its poor battery life, throttling under heavy load, and poor sustained performance. Its 3,700mAh battery was nowhere near enough to power the device for an entire day. Now, rumored Galaxy S23 specifications indicate that the Korean company may use a larger 3,900mAh battery and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU in its smallest flagship phone for 2023. For instance, Samsung employed a 4,000mAh battery in its Galaxy 21 device, and the device’s battery life was adequate for a typical workday.
According to rumors, Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship processor will significantly improve CPU and GPU performance. According to reports, it will be based on TSMC’s 4nm fab, which ought to improve power efficiency. The Galaxy S23’s 200mAh larger battery and quicker chip should help with the current model’s overheating issues and short battery life.
According to reports, the baby Galaxy S23’s other specifications won’t change from the present model. It is expected to maintain its 6.1-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display, triple-camera system with a 50MP main camera, 8GB RAM, and 128 or 256GB of storage.
If Samsung can ensure the Galaxy S23 can last an entire day of use on a single charge, it could have a winner on its hands despite following the same formula as last year.