Samsung Galaxy S24+ and S24 Ultra: benchmark and battery sizes

In addition to the first Geekbench test, the battery capacities for the Samsung Galaxy S24+ and the S24 Ultra have also come to light today.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

After the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5 are officially on the market, the next two devices from Samsung are just around the corner. On the one hand, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE should celebrate its premiere in a few days. On the other hand, the leaks and rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S24 series are slowly increasing. In addition to the first Geekbench test, the battery capacities for the Galaxy S24+ (SM-S926) and S24 Ultra (SM-S928) have also come to light today.

The Geekbench test of the Samsung Galaxy S24+ shows that it is powered by a chipset codenamed “pineapple”. This is likely to be the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. According to Geekbench, the prime core runs at 3.3 GHz. But there are also three 3.15 GHz performance cores, two 2.96 GHz cores and another two efficiency cores at 2.27 GHz. The entry also confirms the new Adreno 750 GPU. Android 14 was used as the operating system and 8 GB RAM as the main memory.

With the setup, the Samsung Galaxy S24+ achieved 2,233 single-core points and a very high multi-core score of 6,661 points. The values match the new CPU clusters very well. The predecessor Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 has a 3.2 GHz prime core, four 2.8 GHz performance cores and three 2.0 GHz efficiency cores. With the new SD 8 Gen 3, four, i.e. half of all cores, are already running at more than 3 GHz. Accordingly, the single-core score has hardly improved, but the multi-core value is significantly higher.

Battery capacities

Also, the Samsung Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra appeared in TÜV’s certification database today, revealing the battery capacities for both Samsung phones.

The Galaxy S24+ has a battery capacity of 4,755 mAh and the cell code EB-BS926ABY. The S24 Ultra is equipped with a 4,855 mAh battery with the model number EB-BS926ABY. The Plus model would thus gain slightly in capacity over the Galaxy S23+ and its 4,700 mAh cell.


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