Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may offer bypass charging; great for reducing heat and optimizing battery health
As we move ever closer to the next Unpacked event, the leaks and rumours regarding the next generation of Samsung’s Galaxy S series are starting to heat up. The latest information to come out of the rumour mill suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra may feature bypass charging, which could be a game-changer in the world of smartphone battery life.
Bypass charging is a technology that enables a phone to charge its battery faster by bypassing the internal circuitry that typically restricts the flow of current. This results in less heat being generated, and therefore, less stress on the battery. In theory, this could lead to significantly improved battery life, as well as reduced charging times.
If this rumour is to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could be the first phone on the market to offer this cutting-edge charging technology. However, it remains to be seen whether this will be enough to convince people to upgrade from the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which is still an excellent phone in its own right.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra isn’t the only phone that’s causing a stir in the rumour mill. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro Max is also said to be packing some serious camera firepower, with reports suggesting that it will feature a whopping six camera sensors.
This would make it the most camera-equipped iPhone ever, and would put it on par with the likes of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. Of course, we’ll have to wait until Apple unveils the phone to see if these rumours are true.
Lastly, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is also shaping up to be a phone to watch out for. Not much is known about the phone at this stage, but it is said to feature a massive 6.67-inch display, making it the largest Pixel phone ever.
If the rumours are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and the Google Pixel 7 Pro are all shaping up to be exceptionally impressive smartphones. However, only time will tell which of these phones will truly be the best of the best.