The Samsung Galaxy S24 series has recently appeared in listings on China’s 3C agency, revealing that the charging speeds for these devices will remain consistent with their predecessors. Contrary to some expectations, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will not support 65W fast charging. Instead, the entire Galaxy S24 series will stick to the 25W and 45W charging speeds seen in the previous models.
The standard Galaxy S24 (SM-S9210) will offer a maximum charging speed of 25W, mirroring the Galaxy S23. The Galaxy S24+ (SM-S9260) and S24 Ultra (SM-S9280) will maintain the 45W fast charging speeds found in their predecessors. These listings also indicate that Samsung will continue its trend of not including chargers in the box with its flagship phones.
There have been rumors earlier in the year suggesting that Samsung might adopt stacked battery technology for the S24+ and S24 Ultra. However, this remains unconfirmed. Regardless, both the S24+ and S24 Ultra are anticipated to feature 5,000mAh batteries, while the standard Galaxy S24 may also see a slight increase in its battery capacity.