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Battery Life Of Galaxy S24, S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra

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Samsung finally launched its top-of-the town latest flagship series, the Galaxy S24. It includes three devices: the Galaxy S24, the Galaxy S24+, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

The Korean tech giants have packed this latest flagship series with a plethora of features and brand new specifications. Such as a dynamic AMOLED 2X QHD+ display, a high-resolution camera, powerful zoom, and whatnot to enhance the user experience.

But except for all the specifications, the other noticeable specifications are the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ battery breath, whereas the Galaxy S24 Ultra has the same battery package as its predecessors. This time the battery package has arrived with a specific time limit, which is informing exactly how much time the battery gets recharged from 0% to a particular percentage.

Galaxy S24 Series Battery Capacity: Wired & Wireless Charging Speed

As usual, the brand has packed each device in the Galaxy S24 series with specific battery power along with fast charging. Check the detailed information mentioned below:

  • Galaxy S24: 4000mAh (25W wired and 15W wireless)
  • Galaxy S24 + 4900mAh (45W wired and 15W wireless)
  • Galaxy S24 Ultra: 5000mAh (45W wired and 15W wireless)

As compared to the previous flagship series Galaxy S23, the brand has increased the power this time; the Galaxy S23 has 3900 mAh, and the Galaxy S23 Plus has 4700 mAh. This means that this time the base and plus variants of the device have increased battery power as compared to previous ones.

Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Charging Time

Also, you will get your smartphone back in your pocket within no time because the brand has set an hourglass according to which the battery will get recharged. Take a closer look at the battery life.

  • The Galaxy S24 gets recharged from 0 to 50% within 30 minutes.
  • The Galaxy S24 Plus gets recharged from 0 to 65% in just 30 minutes.
  • The Galaxy S24 Ultra also gets back in your hands within 30 minutes, from 0 to 65%.

Basically, the latest flagship Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ have arrived with increased battery life as compared to the Galaxy S23 series. The Galaxy S24 Ultra has 5000mAh of battery power along with the support of 45W fast charging, 15W wireless, and Wireless PowerShare.


Aastha is a Author of Samlover.com. With a degree in Engineering with IT, Aastha is deeply immersed in the realm of technology. Specializing in Android and Hardware. She is Passionate about technology at the service of digital entertainment that can be used through any platform. Music, movies and video games have always taken up a good part of his free time, but he doesn't give up outdoor activities, from simple walks to cycling and skiing. He has been producing editorial content for SamLover since 2022 and has run a computer and telephony store for 3 decades.

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Samsung Could Reveal Galaxy Z Fold 6 ‘Slim’ Along with Galaxy S25

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The Korean firm ‘Samsung’ is reportedly gearing up for a Fold 6 Slim with a larger display, but this time without an S Pen. 

Transparently, Samsung is building the next-generation foldable in full swing. Now leaks and CAD renders are blowing into the market, revealing the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6’s design. Not only design, but rumors also hint that the Korean giant is working on an ‘Ultra’ variant of its flagship foldable. 

However, the expected Ultra variant of the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 might see a limited release or not launch at all. Meanwhile, to increase the enthusiasm among fans, Ross Young on X has shared more details about “Fold 6 Slim,” which could ship with a bigger display as compared to Fold 6. 

The CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, Ross Young, known for his accurate display-related supply chain leaks, says he’s hearing about Samsung working on a Fold 6 Slim. The device will have a larger display than that of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6, but it noticeably lacks S Pen support. Apart from this, he also hinted that it’s quite possible the Korean giant could market the device as the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra, but the exact final name is yet to be decided. He pointed out in the post that the Samsung Fold 6 Slim could arrive in the fourth quarter of 2024. 

Irrespective of the name, the open-book foldable will “definitely” be slimmer than the Fold 6 due to the lack of a digitizer. As per the analysis of the display analyst, it might carry similar price tags as the Fold 6. It is expected that this could launch alongside the Galaxy S25 series, which is supposed to arrive in early 2025. 

On the other hand, the sixth-generation Galaxy foldable Galaxy Z Folf 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 will debut at the Galaxy Unpacked event in early July

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Samsung Galaxy A83 Reportedly Under Development

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A new Samsung Galaxy device is spotted in the budding stage, named the Galaxy A83. The Korean giant is now gearing up to expand its Galaxy A series by introducing a new mid-range device. 

This upcoming Galaxy smartphone has been spotted as a new Samsung phone in the database of India’s Bureau of India Standards, as the report says. Apart from this, there is no confirmation of the moniker of the device. It seems that it could be named the Galaxy A83 when it arrives on the market. Unfortunately, the listing has no information about the specifications of the device. 

Samsung’s A-series smartphones resemble scale-back variants of its Galaxy S-series flagship models. Noticeably, the Galaxy A80 featured a dedicated design; it’s expected that the upcoming A83 might also introduce something unique in terms of design and appearance. 

However, since the brand has not even officially hinted at the device’s name yet, it remains unconfirmed; this is purely speculative at this stage. The report also claims that Samsung will take off covers from the Galaxy F55 5G smartphone on May 27 in India. In terms of specifications, it is almost identical to the Galaxy M55, which is available through Amazon in India. 

Being an F-series phone, the F55 will be sold through Flipkart. It features a 6.7-inch FHD+ display along with a refresh rate of 120Hz AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chip, LPDDR4x RAM, and UFS 2.2 storage. The battery package includes 5,000mAh of power with the support of 45W fast charging. The camera setup includes a 50MP main camera with OIS, an 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro, and a 50 MP selfie camera.

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Galaxy S26 Aims to Rival Apple with Advanced 2nm Chip

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Samsung is taking steps forward to mass production by 2025 and is building a new 2nm fabrication process named SF2. 

The Korean giant is now actively working on developing a new 2nm chip manufacturing process and is expected to use this latest technology for the brand’s next-generation Exynos 2600 chipset, which will be supposed to power the Galaxy S26 smartphones. A new report reported that Samsung has started building a chipset with the codename ‘Thetis.’ 

The report claims that the giant is expected to start mass-producing this SoC on the 2nm fabrication process in 2025 and is about to debut this next-generation processor as the Exynos 2600. However, ‘Thetis’ is a term that belongs to Greek mythology; she appears in various roles; for instance, sea sprite, goddess of water, and one of the fifty Nereids, who are daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. 

Previously, the report revealed that the Exynos 2600 will feature an in-house-developed GPU instead of one based on AMD’s RDNA architecture, similar to that housed in the Exynos 2400. We are expecting that Samsung will debut the Galaxy S26 series in early 2026. Apple should introduce the iPhone 17 series, which is claimed to use a 2nm chipset built by TSMC, next year in September. 

This means that Samsung will be the second company to launch a smartphone based on a 2 nm chipset. Currently, there’s a lack of enough details regarding Exynos 2600, but it is expected that soon more information will arrive. 

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