Samsung is anticipated to introduce its premium Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphone with a new battery technology from the EV sector. The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra's battery life will be extended thanks to technology used in electric vehicles like Audi EVs, according to a report by The Elec. The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is rumoured to have a GPU that is quicker than the iPhone 15's.

According to the article, Samsung's SDI division, which houses the company's battery R&D team, is considering stacked batteries for the smartphone industry.

The report also states that the density of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will increase by about 10%. To fit in a better pack, the manufacturer might use the same amount of space as the predecessor. Therefore, the upcoming phone battery might have greater capacity compared to the 5,000 mAh unit in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

According to rumours, Samsung would get stacked gear from two Chinese battery companies. Additionally, it has been stated that the two companies will establish offices in South Korea to better effectively communicate with Samsung SDI. After operating a pilot line for the new manufacturing procedure at a factory in Tianjin, Shenzhen Yinghe Tech, one of the two partners, has already provided Samsung SDI its stacking tools.

In addition, a new camera arrangement is anticipated to be included with the smartphone. According to rumours, the manufacturer will remove one camera from the gadget; this camera will probably have a 3x telephoto lens. The number of camera sensors will be reduced to three. According to tipster Ice Universe, Samsung will probably "merge" the telescopic and periscope lenses to provide the proper zoom level.