With the release of the new Galaxy Z foldable flagship models, Samsung’s next target would be the Galaxy S series’ new generation, probably the Galaxy S24. Samsung is working on the Galaxy S24 series, according to a major leak recently.
As of this morning, the Galaxy S24 series got listed on 3C Certification, revealing the charging speed of all models.
According to a new series of listings on China’s 3C agency, Samsung will not support fast charging up to 65W on its Galaxy S24 Ultra. As with the Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S24 series will maintain the 25W and 45W charging speeds. The vanilla Galaxy S24 (SM-S9210) will max out at 25W.
Samsung’s Galaxy S24+ (SM-S9260) and Galaxy S24 Ultra (SM-S9280) keep 45W speeds from their predecessors. According to the new listings, Samsung will continue to offer its flagship phones without chargers. We will have to wait and see if Samsung will use stacked batteries on the S24+ and S24 Ultra as rumored earlier this year. There is no doubt that both the S24+ and S24 Ultra will arrive with 5,000mAh batteries, while the vanilla S24 may also see a slight increase in battery capacity.