The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Series is quickly approaching, and it is anticipated to arrive in the first week of February 2023. The Galaxy S23 Series has been listed by the FCC, 3C, and TENAA.
The Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, S23 Ultra (US Versions), and S Pen have now been included in the FCC Certification, according to a new report from MySmartPrice.
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FCC Certification for the Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra (US Versions) and S Pen
The global versions of the Samsung Galaxy S23 5G and S23 Plus were previously spotted on the FCC website.
The listing indicates that the model number for the Galaxy S23 in the United States is SM-S911U, while the model number for the S23 Plus is SM-S916U and the model number for the Galaxy S23 Ultra is SM-S918U.
Additionally, the Stylus Pen, or S Pen, as Samsung refers to it has been independently certified by the FCC under the model number EJ-PS918. Only the Ultra model will be able to use the S Pen. The global S23 series variants have previously been listed, confirming that the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus phones will support 25W fast charging.
The Galaxy S23 has a rating of 3785 mAh, and the typical rating will be 3900 mAh. The Galaxy S23 Plus is expected to have a typical capacity of 4700mAh, despite having a rating of 4565mAh.
Lastly, the FCC listing reveals that both phones will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC from Qualcomm.
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