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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Leaker reveals hands-on battery image in another similarity with the Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Galaxy S23 Ultra appears to be an iterative update over the Galaxy S22 Ultra. (Image source: @OnLeaks & Smartprix)
The Galaxy S23 Ultra appears to be an iterative update over the Galaxy S22 Ultra. (Image source: @OnLeaks & Smartprix)
It seems that Samsung has finalised the battery capacity of next year's Galaxy S23 Ultra. According to a new leak, Samsung has already certified the device's 5,000 mAh battery in India, one of many markets in which the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be available from early next year.

Ice Universe claims to have obtained an image of the Galaxy S23 Ultra's battery, just a day on from disavowing the design leaked by @OnLeaks. Show below, it appears that the photo originates from a regulatory body, such as 3C in China or the FCC in the US. Unfortunately, Ice Universe has not confirmed the photo's origins.

As GSMArena notes, the battery does not contain any information as to its capacity. Presumably, this information, as well as other details like Samsung's logo, is on the battery's other side. Still, the image contains a few tidbits, such as its regulatory code for distribution in India (R-41130397). For reference, the Galaxy S22 Ultra's battery carries the regulatory code 'R-41152579' from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).

Allegedly featuring a 5,000 mAh capacity, the battery looks identical to the one that Samsung includes in the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Based on recent leaks, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will also retain its predecessor's 45 W wired charging and 25 W wireless charging speeds. The similarities between the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S23 Ultra do not end there either, as we have discussed separately.

(Image source: Ice Universe)
(Image source: Ice Universe)

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Alex Alderson, 2022-10-11 (Update: 2022-10-11)