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Samsung S23 series leaks: Charger support revealed 

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The Samsung S23 series is an awaited lineup expected to be launched next year. The upcoming series will have a set of S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 ultra smartphones. Recently, all three smartphones from the lineup have passed through 3C certification in China. In the certificate, all the smartphones are listed along with their maximum charging support. The Galaxy S23 and S23+ support up to 25W charging just like their predecessors. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra is reported to support a maximum of 25W charging. 

Detail about the Samsung S23 series Leaks:

The Galaxy S23 (SM-S9110) and Galaxy S23+ (SM-S9160) are both certified with the same EP-TA800 charger. Its predecessor, the S22 lineup had similar charging support as well. In the certification, the S23 Ultra is listed to support a maximum of 25W charging (11V @ 2.25A). This is lower than the galaxy S22 ultra charger support. 

The rumor for the S23 ultra is that the device is Backed up by a 5000mAh of battery. This is the same as its predecessor. The device identifiers confirm that these units are for the Chinese market. However, despite the 25W charging support, there is an expectancy for the international models to support higher charging speeds. 

As for other rumors, about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 line, there is a good chance that the new line will arrive with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor. There has been no official confirmation on any of the leaks though. 

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Are you excited about the upcoming s23 series? what are your opinions on the Samsung S23 series leaks? Share your thoughts in the comment section. Stay updated for future leaks and news on gadgets and technologies.

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