A new technology will develop fast charging in S24 Plus and S24 Ultra

Although, it is still far from when the South Korean brand will unveil its next series in its flagship S lineup, which will be Samsung Galaxy S24, however, many leaks and rumors have already emerged talking about details of the series phones, the latest of which was the hint of fast charging capabilities.

The current series phones, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus and S23 Ultra, support fast charging at 45 watts, while the regular S23 is limited to 25 watts, so the company chose not to move the fast charging capacity even slightly higher than that. It is reported that 45W speed support was first introduced in 2019 on the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

According to a previous report, Samsung will adopt a new and improved charging technology in the Galaxy S24 series called the stacked battery which is already present in electric vehicles. In simple terms, it is a way to improve the overall capacity of a battery without changing its physical size.

This feature is said to be limited to S24 Plus and S24 Ultra, as it is expected that both phones will be backed by a 5000 mAh battery. The stacked battery technology will also provide support for faster charging speeds of up to 65W. This is an increase of 20 watts from the current speed of 45 watts on the Plus and Ultra versions.

Unfortunately, the Samsung Galaxy S24 will lose that fast charging upgrade. This is because the company has not yet started testing its stacked battery technology and there may not be enough production capacity.

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