Samsung Galaxy S23 FE: Battery Life & Charging Speed

Samsung has recently added its latest FE series to the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem, including the new Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+, highly popular for their iconic and durable design, advanced performance, cutting-edge camera as well as audio capabilities and much more. Also, the Galaxy users consider that these are the most epic FE devices ever. If you want to experience the most advanced Galaxy flagship devices for the first time, then the latest FE devices will be the perfect choice. Meanwhile, the most prominent aspect of these devices is their battery life. In this article, you will get to know more about the devices, along with their battery capacity and charging speed. 

Galaxy S23 FE: Battery Life & Charging Speed

The Galaxy S23 FE sticks to the most iconic and demanding S series design along with its new floating camera, premium finish, and protection with IP68 ratings of being dust and water-resistant. Every detail comes to life with its vibrant, super smooth 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display stunning 50MP high-resolution lens, which has AI-powered editing tools in order to help elevate your creations. 

Despite featuring such amazing functionalities, the new Galaxy S23 FE comes with a long-lasting 4,500mAh battery power along with 25W charging support that can charge the smartphone up to 50% in just 30 minutes

Apart from this, the new Galaxy S23 FE also comes with The Samsung Wireless PowerShare feature, which lets you use your Galaxy smartphone to charge other devices, including your Galaxy watch, Buds or another Galaxy phone. Most of the flagship Galaxy devices sport this feature, allowing device-to-device charging without having to require a normal charger or cable. In addition, you can charge a device normally even when it’s using Wireless PowerShare to charge another device.

However, it’s worth noting that the Wireless PowerShare may not work if the battery power is below 30%. Also, it may not work with some accessories, covers, other brand devices, or some Samsung wearables. The PowerShare charging may affect call reception or data services depending on your network environment. With PowerShare, you can charge a compatible phone, smartwatch or earbuds by placing them on your Galaxy phone.

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