Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Z Fold 5 ( review ) and Galaxy Z Flip 5 ( review ), which means the focus is now on the Galaxy S24, which is expected to launch in February next year. Along with this, there are many rumors and hints about the series. Notably, the smallest of the three, the Galaxy S24 is reported to sport an upgraded battery similar to the Galaxy S24+.
The fresh information comes from a Dutch outlet. Galaxy Club Citing a battery list from South Korea and confirmed by another media outlet in addition to the publication. Based on this, the Samsung Galaxy S24 is believed to pack a 3880 mAh battery, but at launch this is said to be 4000 mAh.
In comparison, this is a difference of 100 mAh from the current Galaxy S23 (review) which has a typical battery capacity of 3900 mAh. The slight increase may not be significant, but this, combined with a more efficient processor and optimized operating system, could give a Samsung device longer battery life overall.
Apart from the smaller Samsung Galaxy S24, the Galaxy S24+ model has also been spotted for the first time with a 4755 mAh battery. The final number can be measured at 4900 mAh, which is a difference of 200 mAh on the Galaxy S23+, which our colleague Camila reviewed.
In addition to larger battery packs, the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ are said to boast upgraded specs including Samsung’s next-generation AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, and larger configurable memory. These devices are said to feature flat sides as opposed to the slightly curved form on the Galaxy S23. Unfortunately, it is not known if the 200 MP camera will be shared by the Ultra model with standard snappers.
Depending on when the Galaxy S23 is released, the Galaxy S24 will be released in February. It may break cover in 2024. However, the price details are yet to be revealed which will tell us whether we will see a significant increase in the price or not.
How do you change the Samsung Galaxy S24 to make it a worthy upgrade from its predecessor? Would you rather see a bigger screen or maybe more megapixels on the main camera? Tell us your opinion in the comments.