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What is Galaxy S23’s charging bypass feature, which Samsung devices are eligible – Check here



Galaxy S22 One UI 5.1 update US

Samsung introduced the Galaxy S23 series smartphone with many useful features, one of them being the “Pause USB Power Delivery” feature. This charging bypass feature didn’t release for the older Galaxy phones with their latest One UI 5.1 update but now a Samsung moderator has declared its eligible devices.

Samsung community’s in charge of easy solution recently shared detailed information about the Pause USB Power Delivery feature of the Galaxy S23 devices. This information explains the use and work of the features and some tips on how to get the best out of it.

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What is Pause USB Power Delivery or Charging Bypass?

The charging bypass function is made especially for gamers. If you use your phone while connecting the charger, this feature will supply power to both the operation of the product and the battery charge.

Samsung S23 Pause USB Power Delivery

This feature minimizes battery charging and ensures that the device receives the most power when running a game app operation that requires high specifications to reduce the impact on the product such as the battery caused by the simultaneous power supply of the game execution and battery charging.

Do note that the feature only works when you are playing a game on your phone with a charger connected. Also, it requires 20% or more battery on the device.

Samsung charging bypass eligible devices:

The Samsung Community moderator has told that the Programmable Power Supply feature is supported among PD (Power Delivery) chargers and only products with an output of 25W or more. The list of devices that they have mentioned includes:

  • Galaxy S23 | S23+ | S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S22 | S22+ | S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Galaxy A53
  • Galaxy A33
  • Galaxy A23
  • Galaxy M33
  • Galaxy Tab S8

The exact schedule for this feature to expand to more devices is currently unknown. 

Samsung charging bypass eligible devices

How to use:

First of all, connect your phone to the charger and start a game. Now to enable the Pause USB Power Delivery feature, head over to the “Samsung Game Launcher“. Go to its “More” option and tap on “Game Booster“. Simply turn the toggle on in front of the “Pause USB Power Delivery feature.”

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According to the tipster, the display crease of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 looks the same as the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It was reported that the next foldable phone will be equipped with a new droplet hinge design to vanish the crease visibility.

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Various Chinese phone makers adopted the waterdrop hinge technology. Oppo’s Find N2 is a smartphone with the least visible crease in the industry as per the feedback of reviewers. However, durability always remains in priority as the foldable form factor is yet to mature.

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Samsung insider IceUniverse revealed that the company has developed a 2x Portrait Mode for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This mode pictures at 50-megapixel using the main 200-megapixel HP2 image sensor of the smartphone. It will benefit users who love taking portrait shots with depth effects.

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Check more below:

Samsung Galaxy S23 June 2023 Software Update

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Release Date?

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Display PWM Dimming Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Vs Apple and Honor flagships



Samsung Galaxy S23 Honor Apple PWM Dimming

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Twitter user TECHINFO45 shared a video displaying the screen flickering on three flagship phones. In the video, Honor was the star of the show, leaving Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Apple iPhone 14 Pro in the dust, when it comes to display PWM dimming.

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PWM dimming frequencies:

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Lowering the brightness causes the screen to be off for longer than it is on, which is perceived as lower brightness. The higher frequencies the lower rate of stress on human eyes that’s what studies say but it doesn’t mean Samsung panels are not eye-friendly.

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