Samsung Galaxy S23+ Expected to Launch with Increased 4,700mAh Battery Capacity
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ which is expected to be released in 2023 has been reported to come with an increased battery capacity of 4,700mAh compared to the 4,500mAh battery capacity featured on its predecessor, Galaxy S22+.
Based on a report by The Elec, Samsung may increase the density of the Galaxy S23+ battery, while retaining the exact dimensions of the Galaxy S22+. Furthermore, it is expected that Samsung SDI, which is a branch company handling battery manufacturing for the company is expected to make use of 'stacking' technology to achieve this feat.
In other for Samsung not to increase the thickness of the battery, the company could stack the inner material of the battery in layers over each other like a staircase to expand the capacity of the battery. This new technology is expected to be featured only on the Galaxy S23+, so the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra will not make use of this.
Another report tips that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will feature almost similar dimensions as the Galaxy S22 handsets;
- Galaxy S23 146.3x70.9x7.6mm in dimensions with a 6.1-inch screen.
- Galaxy S22 measures 146.0x70.6x7.6mm
The Galaxy S23+, it is expected to measure 157.8x76.2x7.6mm with a 6.6-inch display, giving it a slight edge over the 157.4x75.8x7.64mm dimensions of the Galaxy S22+. The S23 Ultra is expected to come with a 163.4x78.1x8.9mm in dimensions with a 6.8-inch display