Samsung started to introduce the new Galaxy S Ultra model three years ago. The Galaxy S20 Ultra is the first model which used ‘Ultra’ flagship, and the selling point of the Ultra model is battery capacity.
Since the first Ultra launched, the company is still using the 5,000 mAh battery for the Galaxy S Ultra phone until this time, including the new Galaxy S23 Ultra. But, some people think, how good is the battery life?
When we compare the 5,000 mAh to the mid-range phone or flagship model, of course, it is a lot! And when you think about the Galaxy S20 Ultra launched with a 5,000 mAh, all people expect the battery will have excellent battery life. That clearly didn’t turn out to be the case, at least for those who got the variant powered by Samsung’s Exynos 990 chipset.
The Exynos 2100 itself is an improvement over the Exynos 990, but even the Galaxy S21 Ultra did not last all that long on a single charge. The Galaxy S22 Ultra had fixed some issues with the Snapdragon chip in virtually all markets outside Europe, but even that chip failed to live up to the expected potential.
Finally, Samsung made the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s battery life pretty insane. The device has a long screen on time with 48 hours of operation, and it’s a very impressive improvement than its predecessor.
Samsung made the Galaxy S23 Ultra battery life gets better performace may be it won’t be as great as Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max or iPhone 14 Pro Max, but this Korean firm has closer to the endurance of Apple’s largest iPhone models, and we should appreciate it as a new Samsung’s achievement.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has made good efficiency through the ‘Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy’ processor; this chipset is specifically produced for Samsung’s new flagships. The chipset delivers a higher boost clock than the regular Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
However, we need to test the Galaxy S23 Ultra for a few days before we can offer a proper verdict. But, overall, the battery life impression is really fantastic for the S23 Ultra.