- Samsung will be launching the devices with a massive 5000 mAh battery.
- It is reported to come with a 65W fast charging solution.
- The devices will be official next month.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung is currently working on the Samsung Galaxy S24 series and the company will be launching the smartphone series in the early days of next year. However, we already started to hear about the upcoming devices on a regular basis and a few months ago we came across are report which suggested that the company will be announcing the next generation flagship smartphone series with battery technology that is common in electric vehicles. Today we got a new piece of information which is suggesting that the big brothers of the next generation Samsung Galaxy S24 series will be coming with an improved fast charging solution. So without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the new information about the smartphone series.
It was previously reported that Samsung will be adopting the stacked battery charging technology on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series and that means the company will be using a method of improving the overall battery capacities without changing its physical size.
The new information is suggesting that the new technology will be available on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24+ and the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. The devices are expected to be coming with a 5,000mAh battery.
Stacked battery is on track, but limited
Most likely only for 24U & 24+
or just 24U
apple used it on entire iP15 lineup
24U & 24+ have "rated" 5000 MaH
But 24U stacked structure is different
to make it cooler, they applied cooling gel. for 65W & stability https://t.co/8khM2oAToc
— RGcloudS (@RGcloudS) July 12, 2023
It is also said that the upcoming stacked battery tech will be offering a 65W fast charging solution. That means the company will be offering a 20W gain over the current 45W speed on the Galaxy S23+ and Ultra variants. It is also reported that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will be coming with a cooling gel for heat dissipation.
So let’s wait for more details in the coming months and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more updates from the world of technology.
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