Samsung Galaxy S23 series is said to have increased heat dissipation area

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series, including the basic Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, was launched on Wednesday. A reliable tipster recently shared an animation comparing the heat dissipation areas of the Galaxy S23 series with that of its predecessor – the Galaxy S22 line. The tipster reveals that the new Galaxy S23 series smartphones are equipped with an increased heat dissipation area. Notably, Samsung ditched the in-house Exynos chipsets and opted for an overclocked version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC for the Galaxy S23 handsets.

According to a post from tipster Ice Universe (Twitter: @UniverseIce), the Galaxy S23 series has a noticeably larger heat dissipation area than the Galaxy S22 models. Additionally, even the base Galaxy S23 gets a vapor cooling chamber this time around, unlike the graphite pads featured on the vanilla Galaxy S22.

The supposed increase in cooling might have been necessary since the Galaxy S23 series is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform customized for Galaxy. This chipset gets overclocked CPU and GPU cores with a clock speed of up to 3.36 GHz. As a reminder, the standard version of this chipset has a maximum clock speed of up to 3.2 GHz.

Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy is currently the fastest Snapdragon chipset available. It packs an upgraded Qualcomm Adreno GPU capable of supporting real-time hardware-accelerated ray tracing during gaming. This chip also includes camera features such as ultra-low-light video capture, multi-frame noise reduction, and 200-megapixel photo capture.

Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series debuted at Galaxy Unpacked 2023 on Wednesday. Pricing for the base variant starts at Rs. 74,999 in India. Meanwhile, Galaxy S23+ starts at Rs. 94,999 and Galaxy S23 Ultra price starts at Rs. 1,24,999. All three models will go on sale in India from February 17.

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