he latest Samsung Galaxy S23 and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra rumors have shed more light on how the new smartphones could perform
Turning first to a new tweet from Ice Universe(opens in new tab), the Galaxy S23 series could be receiving a new "Light" performance profile.
Turning this on will supposedly reduce the speed of the phone's processor in order to extend battery life and keep the phone cool.
IU adds that this won't affect the phone's refresh rate
which means you'd be able to still enjoy the smoothness of the 120Hz displays all three predicted Galaxy S23 models are thought to come with while still maximizing battery longevity.
All three Galaxy S22 models do decently when it comes to battery life
our testing revealed, but they could be better compared to the iPhone 14 series.
So if we're able to get even more usage out of the batteries (rumored to be a touch larger on the base S23 and also the S23 Plus
but the same size for the Ultra, then Samsung could get its new phones onto our best phone battery life list.