Samsung is always finding new ways to improve the battery life of its devices and the latest Galaxy S23 phones are no different. The company has introduced a new Light performance mode that promises to deliver better battery life without sacrificing too much in terms of performance.
The new mode is designed for use when you don't need all of the power that the phone has to offer, and it reduces the performance of the processor and other components accordingly. This results in a significant reduction in power consumption and, as a result, better battery life.
The Light performance mode will be available on the Galaxy S23, S23 Ultra, and S23 Plus. It will be turned on by default on the Galaxy S23 Ultra and S23 Plus and can be turned on by the user on the Galaxy S23.
Samsung says that the Light performance mode can extend the battery life of the Galaxy S23 by up to 15% compared to when the phone is used in its default mode. That's a significant improvement and it means that you should be able to get through a full day on a single charge even if you're using your phone heavily.
The Light performance mode is similar to the battery saving mode that is available on other Samsung phones. However, it is designed specifically for the Galaxy S23 phones and is said to offer better battery life.
To switch to Light performance mode, simply go to the battery settings menu and select the 'Optimise battery usage' option. From here, you can choose Light performance mode or one of the other modes that are designed for different usage scenarios.
If you're looking for the best possible battery life from your Galaxy S23, then Light performance mode is definitely worth a try. It's not going to be suitable for everyone, but it could come in handy if you're struggling to get through the day on a single charge.