Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ with 25W Fast Charger Clears 3C Certification, Launch Expected Soon


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra recently made a visit on 3C. The listing revealed the charging details of Samsung’s next high-end flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S23 Ultra is still a few months away from its official launch. Samsung is expected to launch the phone in January or February 2022. Alongside the Ultra model, Samsung is also expected to launch the S23 and S23+. 

Days after the S23 Ultra visited 3C, the other two upcoming Samsung flagship phones are listed on the 3C website. The listing reveals the charging details of the S23 series. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 series specifications, features and other details known so far.

Possible Samsung Galaxy S23 Series 3C

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, which includes the S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra will launch at the next Galaxy Unpacked event in January or February 2022. Ahead of the launch, the phones have started receiving various certifications online. As per the listing, the Galaxy S23 is likely to have the model number SM-S9110, whereas the S23+ could have the model number SM-S9160.

The listing confirms that the phones support 25W fast charging. This is the same as the S22 series models. Oddly, the S23 Ultra was also spotted with 25W fast charging support on the 3C website. The current Ultra model, the S22 Ultra, supports up to 45W fast charging.

Samsung is unlikely to make any changes in the S23 lineup. The only major change coming next year is the processor. The Galaxy S23 series could feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. There are rumours that some markets might get an Exynos 2300 SoC as well. 

Considering the display sizes are likely to remain the same, the S23 will sport a 6.1-inch display, whereas the S23 Plus will sport a 6.6-inch display. Both phones are likely to feature a Full HD+ display. They could also feature a triple-camera setup on the back with a 50MP main camera. These are mere rumours and we suggest taking the leaked specs with a pinch of salt.