Like its less advanced counterparts, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra also underwent FCC certification that reveals some specifications.
A battery with good capacity and the welcome support for S-Pen is then confirmed.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with S-Pen Support
Samsung will introduce the new Galaxy S23 series in the first week of February 2023 [email protected]
After the Galaxy S23 and S23+ passed the FCC certification, it is now the turn of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the most advanced model in the series, to also pass through the certification platform. Samsung is thus continuing its preparations to launch its high-end series in the first week of February, a date advanced by recent rumors.
Passing through this platform ends up confirming some specifications already advanced in the Web world of the new Ultra terminal of the South Korean brand.
For example, FCC listings indicate that the model is equipped with a 4,855 mAh battery. Although the same listing points to support for fast charging at 25 watts, the brand is expected to include fast charging at 45 watts, as with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Another of the specifications confirmed by the FCC listings was that the new Ultra model will support the S-Pen. In other words, similar to what already happens with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the new terminal will also include a slot for the Pen.
Remember that Samsung recovered this specification from its old Note series, which was successful among users in the Samsung universe.
Unfortunately, the FCC platform has not confirmed any further specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. But apparently, this will be the first smartphone from the South Korean brand to integrate a 200 megapixel sensor.
According to some rumors, Samsung will include a custom-made sensor in the Ultra model, which will be between the ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3, both manufactured by the South Korean company.
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