Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra passed FCC certification

After the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ models passed the FCC certification, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was also certified today. Certification information shows that the machine's FCC ID is A3LSMS918B, which should be an international version.

From the FCC certification documents, the Galaxy S23 Ultra still lacks two improvements. One is to use a 25W charging head, and the other is to support up to Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax).

The 25W fast charge shown in the FCC certification document does not mean that the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports up to 25W fast charge. Just like the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra, these two models also show 25W in the FCC filing, but actually, support up to 45W.

Previously rumored that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip and will be the first mobile phone to support Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be). However, the FCC certification information shows that the machine still supports Wi-Fi 6E.

The FCC certification document also shows that the Galaxy S23 Ultra uses a battery model "EB-BS918ABY", which should have the same capacity as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, 5000mAh. The certification also reveals that the Galaxy S23 Ultra is compatible with the S-Pen (EJ-PS918), which uses technology from Wacom.

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