Samsung phones, like most other phones, have a battery saver mode to help them last longer.
For power efficiency, this mode typically disables background apps, disables 5G, limits CPU usage, and lowers the screen refresh rate.
However, Samsung intends to add even more ways to save valuable battery life.
Ice Universe, a tipster who has shared a lot of information about upcoming Samsung phones, has just reported that the Galaxy S23 series will have a new performance profile to extend battery life.
This performance profile will be called “Light,” and it will save battery life while also keeping your phone cool.
The Galaxy S23 phones are expected to have better battery performance thanks to this feature, despite having nearly the same battery capacity as before.
According to the feature’s description, this mode will not apply to games, so you will not lose any FPS while it is active.
From Samsung’s Game Booster mode, you can still change in-game settings.
We already know that the Galaxy S23+ will have a 4,700 mAh battery, which is only 200 mAh larger than the Galaxy S22+.
The Galaxy S23 is expected to have a 3,900 mAh battery, which is 200 mAh larger than its predecessor.
There is no word on the battery of the Galaxy S23 Ultra as of yet.
In terms of design, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is expected to be nearly identical to the S22 Ultra, albeit with a different camera module.
The screen will have slightly smaller bezels than before, but it will otherwise be identical to its predecessor. In September, the popular website OnLeaks published detailed renders of the device.
The Galaxy S23 series is expected to be released in early 2023, most likely in January or February if Samsung follows its usual release schedule.
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