Having done with the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Samsung is slowly moving toward the launch of the Galaxy S24. The next-generation flagship phones from Samsung are expected to go official in early 2024, but the company is already getting prepared by clearing all the necessary certifications. In a new move, the company has received certifications for the batteries inside Galaxy S24 series phones.
Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra batteries leak
The batteries used inside the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra have received certification from a South Korean safety certification agency called Safety Korea. The agency has cleared the three batteries that will be used inside those phones. They carry model numbers EB-BS922ABY (Galaxy S24), EB-BS926ABY (Galaxy S24+), and EB-BS928ABY (Galaxy S24 Ultra). These batteries are reportedly made by Chinese firm ATL (Amperex Technologies Limited).
While the images are quite blurry, and it is harder to understand the rated capacities of these batteries, other certifications have revealed that the Galaxy S24+ has a 4,755mAh battery, while the Galaxy S24 Ultra has a battery rated at 4,855mAh. So, these two phones will probably come with marketed battery capacities of 4,900mAh and 5,000mAh for the Galaxy S24+ and the Galaxy S24 Ultra, respectively. The battery capacity of the base Galaxy S24 hasn't been revealed yet.
All three batteries also appear to have a blue-colored pull tab that makes it easier to remove them from the phone. That's Samsung's step toward better repairability, but it isn't new. Even Galaxy S23 series phones have batteries with a similar pull tab. All these upcoming phones are expected to feature an Exynos 2400 or a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, depending on the country.