Samsung Galaxy S24 series is expected to succeed the Galaxy S23 series launched in February this year with 3 models: Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra. The Galaxy S24 models are also said to be likely to receive related upgrades in terms of battery, display, camera or other upgrades over previous handsets. A few listings and leaks have hinted at some details of the supposed series. Now, a report has leaked the battery specifications of the base models Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+.
A report by GalaxyClub shows that the base Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ models will receive battery upgrades over their predecessors. The report notes that the standard Galaxy S24 will likely come with a 4,000mAh battery while the Galaxy S24+ could come with a 4,900mAh battery. If that’s the case, the new handsets will offer larger batteries than the 3,900mAh and 4,700mAh batteries on the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+, respectively. The Galaxy S24 Ultra model is expected to keep the same 5,000mAh battery as the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Meanwhile, a recent report has suggested that the Galaxy S24 Plus will likely be backed by a rated capacity battery of 4,755mAh, while the Ultra model could have a rated capacity battery of 4,855mAh. If true, then this old report can be seen as a backup of the new report, where the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra handsets are expected to feature batteries of typical value of 4,900mAh and 5,000mAh.
The premium Galaxy S24 Ultra is also designed to include a 200-megapixel Samsung HP2 primary rear sensor and a 12-megapixel Sony IMX564 sensor with an ultra-wide lens. The quad rear camera unit could also be fitted with a 12-megapixel Sony IMX754 sensor with a periscope telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and a 50-megapixel telephoto lens said to have 3x optical zoom, which would be an improvement over with the Galaxy S23 Extreme. 10 megapixel sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 models are also expected to feature an M13 OLED display, which will also be an upgrade from the M12 panel that comes with the Galaxy S23 handset. Improved displays could make phones lighter and more energy efficient.