Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23 series in the coming months. The vanilla Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus have appeared on FCC (Federal Communications Commission). It’s the first time a device from the upcoming Galaxy S23 series appears on FCC. The listing reveals that the Galaxy S23 will have the model number SM-S911B. It lists in the FCC with the ID A3LSMS911B.
The listing doesn’t reveal the specifications of the smartphone. It only tells the model number and the bands that the smartphone supports. The upcoming Galaxy S23 will support WLAN 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz.
However, upon further inspection, the listing confirms the presence of the Qualcomm chipset as it uses Qualcomm Smart Transmit feature to control and manage to transmit power in real-time.
Just after the Galaxy S23, The Galaxy S3 Plus arrived on the FCC. It also features the same Qualcomm Chipset as the SM-S911 – Galaxy S22 (Specifically confirmed in a document). https://t.co/z8vXPBreZp pic.twitter.com/3DI0i6xTMz
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Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus also arrives on FCC
On the contrary, the Galaxy S23 Plus will have the model number SM-S916B. It has the FCC ID A3LSMS916B and reveals that it will use the same chipset as the vanilla Galaxy S23. Because the listing of the S23 Plus also indicates that it uses Qualcomm Smart Transmit feature.
Both listings reveal that it tested the device’s Samsung TA 800 charger. The charger outputs 25W, and there are chances that smartphones may feature support for higher charging speeds. Currently, the listing confirms up to 25W fast charging for both the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus. Earlier, there were reports the Galaxy S23 series will use a higher-clocked version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, so the listing doesn’t confirm anything about this.
Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus leaked Specifications!
Earlier, it was leaked the vanilla Galaxy S23 will feature a 6.1-inch E5 AMOLED FHD+ display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. In contrast, the Galaxy S23 Plus would feature a higher 6.6-inch display with identical specifications.
On the optics side, both smartphones will sport a 50MP primary sensor with OIS, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 10MP telephoto lens. The Galaxy S23 will sport a 10MP and S23 Plus to feature a 12MP sensor on the front. Both would run on OneUI 5.0 based on Android 13 out of the box.