Two Samsung SDI batteries have gained 3C certifications, and their model codes indicate that they will be used in the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra. Their capabilities are nearly identical to those described by Ice Universe a few weeks ago.
The EB-BS906ABY battery for the Galaxy S22+ is rated at 4,370 mAh, which means the usual capacity is 4,500 mAh. The S21+ has a 4,800 mAh battery, thus this is a slight decrease.
The EB-BS908ABY for the Galaxy S22 Ultra is rated at 4,855 mAh, which translates to a usual capacity of 5,000 mAh. This battery is a perfect match for the S21 Ultra.
Vanilla Galaxy S22’s battery is yet to appear in certification lists, but according to Ice Universe, it will have a capacity of 3,800 mAh, which is less than the current vanilla S21’s 4,000 mAh battery.
The S22 series is allegedly being tested with a 65W charging capability.
Even though previous versions like the S20 Ultra supported 45W, the business has never gone over 45W and is still hesitant to utilize it – the S21 generation all top out at 25W.
The EP-TA865 is likely to be the adapter of choice if 65W charging is included in the S22 phones.
It can deliver 20V at 3.25A, but it also supports lower voltages for older devices, as well as PPS for variable voltage from 5 and 20 Volts.