After the foldables, the Galaxy S24 series is the highly awaited launch from Samsung. The series will include the three flagship models – Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra. It is expected to release in the first quarter of 2024 relating to its predecessor which was released in the February of this year. In recent days we have been coming across several rumours regarding this upcoming series, like the arrival of an ultra variant with the titanium frame design. Now a strong source has revealed the battery specifications of the Galaxy S24 series.
Dekra, a certification agency, has shared the battery systems that will power up the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra. This certification will be issued to certain products that meet up some safety standards. Both the variants seem to have quite a larger battery than their predecessors. With the model number SM-S926, the Galaxy S24+ is listed with 4,755mAh battery capacity indicating that its normal capacity may be 4,900mAh or 5,000mAh and the battery bears a model number of EB-BS926ABY.
As for the Galaxy S24 Ultra having a model number SM-S928 has a battery life of 4,855mAh with EB-BS928ABY as the battery model ID. This suggests an average value of 5,100mAh might be equipped with the upcoming S24 Ultra. Now comparing this to its existing earlier versions, a 4,700mAh battery was included with the Galaxy S23+, it is evident there is a great improvement in the battery. While the ultra variant of the Galaxy S23 series had a 5,000mAh battery system.
We can expect that Samsung is now focusing on the flagship Galaxy S24 series and if it is scheduled for launch in Q1 2024 we have plenty to gather the specifications and features. Dekra doesn’t reveal the charging details of the S24 series but it is expected that the plus and ultra variant can charge at up to 45W, in the place of its existing predecessor S23’s 25W maximum charging speed.
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