The Samsung Galaxy S23 rumor has just dropped a boost in battery life

The Samsung Galaxy S23 rumor has just dropped a boost in battery life ...

If the rumored February launch is accurate, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be the first major flagship phones we see in 2023. Lastly, the base Galaxy S23 model might see a significant upgrade that addresses one of the big concerns about the Galaxy S22.

According to a report (opens in a new tab) from South Korea, the S23 might have a slightly 5% increase in battery capacity compared to the Galaxy S22. The latter handset is powered by a 3,700mAh battery, thus the cell in the upcoming Samsung flagship handset would reach 3,885 mAh.

Samsung is considering a significant 0.15mm increase in its dimensions as a result of the reports, which suggests that the company is set to make a few minor adjustments to fit in a slightly larger battery.

Samsung might be using a stacking technology, where the inner material of the battery would appear to be stacked up layer-by-layer, like a staircase, to increase the capacity of small pouch batteries.

Samsung''s flagship phones could use all the help they can get during our battery test. The Galaxy S22 was tested during a below-average time, when phones hover over cell until they run out of power. A bigger battery, coupled with enhanced silicon, might help the Galaxy S23 improve after its disappointing performance.

The Galaxy S23 is being investigated for its battery increase, but it''s unclear if the Galaxy S23 Plus and Ultra models will see a similar jump. In fact, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was recently tipped to have the same 5,000 mAh battery that was used on its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The Galaxy S23 Plus battery was recently certified and a leaked image showed the battery as well. The image was blurry and the capacity was limited.

The battery size that will play a role in giving the flagships extra juice, as well as the chip capabilities. Samsung is expected to ditch the Exynos chipset for the alleged Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which in turn is expected to give phones power.

Wireless charging hub

Samsungs has announced that their February launch might not be confined to the Galaxy S23 series Galaxy Club (opens in a new tab) but that it is working on a new Wireless Charger Hub that might charge several Galaxy devices at one time.

The Trio Pad Wireless Charger, a $99 accessory that was launched in 2020 for $99, is one of the best wireless chargers. The new rumor suggests that the Wireless Charger Hub might be a replacement to this one, which might be launched at the same cost.

The Trio Pad charger can charge up to three devices at one time, a smartwatch and two phones, or a smartwatch, earbuds, and other devices. It is unclear how big the new wireless charging hub will be or what features it will bring.