Galaxy S24: Autonomy will increase thanks to a much larger battery


With the next Galaxy S24 generation, Samsung is getting ready to address several issues with the Galaxy S23, starting with autonomy. This time, the Korean juggernaut would have chosen batteries with more storage space.

The Galaxy S23 didn't employ a battery with as much capacity as some of its rivals because of its little size. The latter typically could not last longer than a day with only 3900 mAh. However, it was already superior to the Galaxy S22, which had only been allowed a 3,700 mAh battery the year before.

If a recent Galaxy Club story is to be believed, Samsung would once again consider boosting the battery capacity of its smartphone. They claim that the Galaxy S24 battery will have a capacity of 4000 mAh, which is 100 mAh larger than the Galaxy S23's. The Galaxy S24 Plus will have a 4900 mAh battery, which is an increase of 200 mAh from prior rumors, while the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have to make do with a battery that is exactly the same as that of the previous generation.

The autonomy of the Galaxy S24 will increase, but not only thanks to the battery

Even though larger batteries will undoubtedly increase autonomy, this is not the only element that points to smartphones becoming even more durable.

In fact, we already know that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, still manufactured by TSMC in 4 Nm, will power the Galaxy S24. This makes use of newer hearts that promise to increase consistently while reducing energy usage by about 20%.

Additionally, unlike the previous generation, which had to make do with an LTPS slab, the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus will this time be entitled to a new OLED panel with LTPO technology. They can reduce energy usage by dynamically varying their screen refresh from 1 to 120 Hz based on the presented content thanks to LTPO technology. With all these adjustments, we may anticipate an increase of at least an hour on these two models, although the increase on the extremely expensive Galaxy S24 should be negligible.