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Compact But Juicy: Samsung Galaxy S24 May Feature a Bigger Battery

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Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Z Fold 5 (review) and Galaxy Z Flip 5 (review), and this means the spotlight is now focused on Galaxy S24 that could debut in February next year. Congruent with this are more rumors and leaks that have surfaced concerning the series. In particular, the smallest of the Galaxy S24 trio will reportedly feature an upgraded battery that is similar to the Galaxy S24+.

This fresh information hails from Dutch outlet Galaxy Club, citing a battery listing from South Korea and was further confirmed by the publication through another medium. Basically, the Samsung Galaxy S24 is widely believed to feature a 3,880 mAh battery, but it will be advertised as 4,000 mAh at launch.

This is a 100 mAh difference from the current Galaxy S23 (review) with a typical battery capacity of 3,900 mAh. The slight increase might not be significant, but it could further give the Samsung device an overall longer battery life if paired with a more efficient processor and display alongside an optimized operating system.

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ only feature a 25-watt fast charging. / © NextPit

Apart from the smaller Samsung Galaxy S24, the Galaxy S24+ model was first spotted carrying a 4,755 mAh rated battery. The final number could be measured at 4,900 mAh, which is a 200 mAh difference compared to the Galaxy S23+ that our colleague Camila reviewed.

In addition to bigger battery packs, the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ are tipped to boast improved specifications by incorporating Samsung's next-generation AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, and bigger configurable memory. These devices are also said to feature flat sides as opposed to the slightly curved form factor of the Galaxy S23. Unfortunately, it is unknown if the 200 MP camera of the Ultra model will be shared with the standard models.

Based on the timing of the Galaxy S23's release, the Galaxy S24 could break cover by February in 2024. However, there are no pricing details revealed yet that would tell us whether we will see an increase in price or not.

How would you change the Samsung Galaxy S24 to make it a worthy upgrade from its predecessor? Do you prefer to see a bigger screen or more megapixels on its primary camera? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

Via: Galaxy Club Source: SafetyKorea

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I still remember how amazed I was when I first got hold of the Nokia 3210 back when I was a kid, and it was during that time I developed my love for technology, particularly for mobile phones. I started sharing my knowledge through writing in different blogs and forums back in Nokia Nseries era. I even make videos before where I put different phones side-by-side. Today, I'm still an avid enthusiast of smartphones, but my interests have evolved into smart devices and electric vehicles.

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