Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra to use EVs tech for longer battery life

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Over the past few weeks, there have been several reports about the Samsung Galaxy S24. According to recent reports, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a faster GPU than the iPhone 15 and may have fewer cameras. While we are still dealing with the GPU report, there are claims that Samsung will boost its battery. The report claims that Samsung will use a technology used in electric cars to boost the battery of the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

It’s possible that Samsung SDI, the division that handles the R&D of Li-Ion batteries, has plans to include capacity-increasing tech into the Galaxy mobile phones and tabs. This tech is also used in Samsung’s electric car cells. This ‘stacking’ technique firmly stacks battery parts like cathodes and anodes for greater energy density.

Gizchina News of the week

Samsung SDI will partner with two Chinese brands for this new battery tech

According to a report by The Elec, stacking the battery parts will also enable Galaxy phones to have larger batteries. Also, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, which is set to launch next year, may use this battery tech soon. Samsung could increase the battery capacity of the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 5,000 mAh battery by 10%. However, the company will maintain the same size by using new electric cell tech.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

In addition, by using the stacking approach for all batteries, Samsung SDI would provide a strong rivalry with LG Energy, a rival that also uses the technique. There are rumours that two Korean brands are going to work with Samsung to create stacked small cells. Sources claim that Samsung has chosen two Chinese rivals for this joint venture.

Read Also:  Samsung tips for making the most of your Galaxy Camera with OneUI 6

At its facility in Cheonan, South Korea, the world’s largest battery brand, Samsung SDI, will create needed stacking gear. According to reports, the two Chinese brands are opening offices in South Korea in order to link with Samsung SDI more effectively. Also, Shenzhen Yinghe Tech, one of the two partners, has already given Samsung SDI the stacking tools.

Disclaimer: We may be compensated by some of the companies whose products we talk about, but our articles and reviews are always our honest opinions. For more details, you can check out our editorial guidelines and learn about how we use affiliate links.

Source/VIA :
Previous Xiaomi Civi 3 Will Support 5G Roaming in Different Networks
Next 300Gbps Speed: China Tests Ultra-fast Wireless Internet