After the battery and the S Pen, the Anatel started homologating the Galaxy S23 line. O Galaxy S23+ received the green light from National Telecommunications Agency this Monday (5) and can already be sold in Brazil. According to the documentation accessed exclusively by the Technoblogthe smartphone will be sold with the charger and will bring Wi-Fi 6E in the technical sheet.
The files are for a product identified as “SM-S916B/DS”. The model should be presented to the public under the trade name Galaxy S23+.
The documentation states that the smartphone will be manufactured by Samsung. According to the technical compliance certificate, the phone has the following manufacturing units: Campinas (SP), Manaus (AM), South Korea and Vietnam.
Other details were anticipated by the documentation. This is the case with support for Wi-Fi 6E and 5G (NSA and SA), helping those looking for faster internet access.
Continuing previous generations, the Galaxy S23+ will have Ultra Wideband (UWB), technology that helps find lost items with trackers. The NFC for approximation payments is also present.
The spec list even mentions Wireless PowerShare. The technology transforms the cell phone into a kind of power bank with wireless charging so you can give your watch, headphones and the like a boost before you get home.
Galaxy S23+ will bring the charger in the box
According to Anatel’s documentation, the cell phone will be sold with the EP-TA800 charger. The accessory is 25 watts.
Finally, the technical compliance certificate talks about the presence of the EB-BS916ABY battery. In November, the Technoblog exclusively revealed the approval of the part, which has a nominal capacity of 4,565 mAh.
The model is expected to have a typical capacity in the range of 4,700 mAh, up from the 4,500 mAh of the Galaxy S22+.
Parts for the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra have also been homologated. Last week, the most advanced model S Pen was approved by the agency.
What to expect from the releases?
Following tradition, Samsung is expected to update its lineup of premium cell phones in early 2023.
The expectation is that the trio will be revealed with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Qualcomm’s most powerful processor today, in all countries. But Samsung must use a modified version, which would give more performance to smartphones.
The set of cameras is another positive bet. But, apparently, only the Galaxy S23 Ultra will bring a 200 megapixel sensor to take better quality photos in dark environments, for example.
The South Korean brand can also follow Apple and implement a satellite connection on the Galaxy S23+ and other models.