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how Samsung plans to improve battery life with a battery identical to the S22 Ultra

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For its Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung could choose to integrate a battery identical to that of the S22 Ultra. But that does not mean that the autonomy of the smartphone will not be increased.

He is the very knowledgeable leaker Ice Universe which in a post on Weibo claims that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will have the same battery capacity as the S22 Ultra, namely 5000 mAh. But the Korean giant has other tricks up its sleeve to improve autonomy.

A Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra more enduring than the S22 Ultra?

XXL smartphones are not to everyone’s taste, but at least have the advantage of being able to integrate larger capacity batteries. However, this does not always guarantee a good autonomy of the device. An observation that we made this year by testing the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The latter benefits from a correct autonomy, but not as impressive as what some direct competitors offer such as the iPhone 13 Pro Max to name a few.

Apple’s largest phone has a smaller 4352 mAh battery, compared to the S22 Ultra’s 5000 mAh, but offers vastly superior battery life and video streaming according to our 01Lab tests. Proof if it were needed that the size of the battery is only one element among others to ensure the autonomy of a device.

Software optimization obviously plays an important role, as does screen size and refresh rate. Since Samsung is expected to provide the best displays for Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro, chances are the Korean manufacturer will use similar technology for its Galaxy S22 Ultra. Finally, the most significant gain in autonomy could come from elsewhere.

Changing the weak link of autonomy

We recently learned that the Galaxy S23 will only be equipped with a Qualcomm processor, certainly the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 as Ice Universe points out. Thus, Samsung would set aside its Exynos processors for its high-end models. Indeed, the SoC Exynos 2200 which equips the Galaxy S22 in Europe has proven to be less efficient than the American and Asian versions equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen1. The Snapdragon 8 Gen2 could have a new architecture offering a significant performance boost while consuming less power.

In recent years, unable to significantly improve the autonomy of smartphones, manufacturers have played the fast charge card. The OnePlus 10T, for example, benefits from a 150W recharge. For its part, the Galaxy S22 caps out at 45W, but Samsung could improve the charging speed thanks to software optimizations, while remaining at 45W. We could see a first example with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 which should have the same charging speed as the Z Fold 3 (25W), while gaining a few precious minutes to reach 50% battery in 30 minutes, against 33% currently .

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Ice Universe