Samsung will introduce the latest Galaxy S23 series mobile phones this week, but the standard version of the S23, according to the latest inside information, is not worth it.
Earlier it was reported that the standard version of the Galaxy S23 will receive UFS 3.1 flash memory, and not UFS 4.0, which is installed in the other two versions. However, the differences do not end there.
The standard version of the Galaxy S23 will only support 25W wired charging. This is significantly less than the 45W charging that the Galaxy S23+ and S23 Ultra will support.
In addition, it is reported that the Galaxy S23 will have a less modern engine responsible for vibration and tactile feedback, in addition to a thicker frame compared to older models.
Wireless data rates are also expected to drop. The fact is that the new smartphone will only support Wi-Fi 6E instead of Wi-Fi 7 in the Galaxy S23 + and Galaxy Ultra.
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