Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 series in the coming months. Recently, a company executive confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will go official in the first week of February. To those unaware, the Galaxy S23 series is expected to consist of three smartphones – Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23+, and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Ahead of the launch, we have now spotted the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with the model number SM-S918B/DS on the FCC certification website.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra FCC certification listing reveals the battery capacity and charging capabilities of the upcoming Samsung flagship. Apart from this, the FCC listing also confirms the S-Pen support and other connectivity features of the upcoming Samsung flagship. Let us take a closer look at the specifications of the upcoming Ultra model that are revealed via the FCC listing.
As mentioned above, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra made an appearance on the FCC database with the model number SM-S918B/DS. The listing reveals that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship will come equipped with a 4855mAH battery unit that has model number EB-BS918BY. The FCC listing further reveals support for 25W fast charging. However, since the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra supports 45W fast charging, we can expect the upcoming Ultra model to feature 45W fast charging support as well.
The FCC listing for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra reveals that it will support S-Pen similar to its predecessor. To those unaware, Samsung, with the S21 series, brought the S-Pen support to Ultra models. However, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra didn’t have an S-pen slot. With the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the brand also managed to accommodate the S-Pen inside the slot, similar to Note smartphones. We can expect the upcoming S23 Ultra to feature S-Pen slot as well.
FCC listing further reveals that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will support wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging.
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