Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra batteries appeared online

Samsung Galaxy S24 series is unquestionably the company’s most anticipated device following the Unpacked Galaxy event’s devices. The trio of the S24 series—the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra—is anticipated to be introduced in the first quarter of 2024. Now there is information that hints at the series’ imminent launch. All the models of the Galaxy S24 series have been discovered on a South Korean certification site, Safety Korea, for getting the batteries certified, and the three variants’ batteries that will be utilized within those phones have been approved by the organization.

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The leaked images of the batteries showcase the model numbers: the Galaxy S24’s battery bears the model number EB-BS922ABY, the Galaxy S24+’s battery will be model number EB-BS926ABY, and the ultra variant holds a battery of model number EB-BS928ABY, respectively. All the batteries are reported to be manufactured by a Chinese firm, Amperex Technologies Limited (ATL). The long-distance captured images make it difficult to check the battery capacities. The Galaxy S24+ has a 4,755mAh battery life, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra will arrive with a 4,855mAh battery system, according to various certifications.

The base variants’ battery features are unknown at various certification sites. The presence of the blue pull tab makes the removal of the battery from the mobile simpler, but this isn’t new, as the Galaxy S23 series was equipped with it. The Plus and Ultra variants of the Galaxy S24 series are rumored to most likely be equipped with 4,900 mAh and 5,000 mAh battery systems, respectively. Africa, Europe, and Asia will be the first to get the Galaxy S24 series’ Exynos 2400 model, while China, South Korea, and the US may get the Galaxy S24 series with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 power.

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