A few days back, Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus were listed on FCC, revealing some specifications. The pro model in the Galaxy S23 series, i.e., Galaxy S23 Ultra, has appeared in FCC. The listing suggests that the Galaxy S23 series smartphones will launch soon. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will bear the model number SM-S918B and FCC ID A3LSMS918B. Apart from the model number, and FCC ID, it also reveals the battery capacity, charging capability, connectivity, and much more.
The listing reveals that it will feature a 4855mAH battery and the unit has model number EB-BS918BY. It also tells us that it will support 25W fast charging techs like Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus. But as we previously said, it will likely feature a higher fast charging tech. To recall, the Galaxy S22 Ultra supported 45W fast charging.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra will continue to support S-Pen like its predecessor Galaxy S22 Ultra. The S-Pen support came to Galaxy S21 Ultra when Samsung discontinued its Galaxy Note smartphones. However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra didn’t have a slot for the same. The Galaxy S22 Ultra came with a slot for the same, and the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra will continue the same design.
Furthermore, the FCC listing also reveals that it will support both wireless and reverse wireless charging. Previously it was rumored the Galaxy S23 Ultra would feature a display with a peak brightness of 2250 nits and sport a 200MP primary sensor. It will also feature a higher-clocked Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which Samsung Foundry will reportedly manufacture. Previously, a Samsung executive revealed that the launch would take place in the first week of February 2023. Let us wait for the official confirmation from the brand regarding the same.