FCC listings for the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ reveal SD 8 Gen 2 SoC and 25W charging

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If Samsung’s previous smartphone release cycle is anything to go by, its upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will launch in February 2023. Well, two of the devices within the lineup have recently popped up on the FCC website, revealing some of their spec details. 

The devices in question are the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Samsung Galaxy S23+, which sport the model numbers SM-S911B and SM-S916B respectively. According to MySmartPrice which first spotted the FCC listing, both devices feature a rather disappointing 25W fast charging as well as a battery capacity of under 5000mAh. 


Specifically, the Galaxy S23 packs a battery with the model number EB-BS912ABY, which sports a rated capacity of 3785mAh and a typical rating of 3900mAh. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23+ features a battery with the model number EB-BS916ABY, with a rated capacity of 4565mAh and a typical rating of 4700mAh.

Besides that, the FCC listing also showed both smartphones being powered by a Qualcomm processor. It is believed that the SoC would be the top-of-the-line from Qualcomm, which is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. 

Of course, while this information is quite reliable given it was derived from the FCC website, do still take them with a grain of salt as nothing is confirmed as of yet. Well, we just have to wait for the official announcement from Samsung to find out. 

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