Samsung Galaxy S24+ battery life test

Ivan, 31 January 2024

We're ready with the battery life test of the Galaxy S24+ and here go the results.

The Galaxy S24+ has a 4,900mAh battery - 200mAh more than its predecessor - and an LTPO panel for granular screen refresh rate control. However, the Galaxy S24+ has a higher resolution QHD+ display - a significant upgrade from 1080p. The newer phone runs an Exynos 2400 in most countries, and that's the unit we have for testing - a move away from Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and its TSMC-made 4nm process.

Samsung Galaxy S24+

The Galaxy S24+ posted a lower Active Use Score than its predecessor, by an hour and 20 minutes. The newer phone beat its predecessor in just one, albeit arguably the most important, test - in the video playback loop it scored 2 hours more. Calling is down by 5 hours, browsing is half an hour less, and gaming is 2 and a half hours shorter.

We'll dive deeper into the battery score in our full review, but for now, we can say that the battery life of the Galaxy S24+ is not bad it's just not better than that of its predecessor.


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 06 Feb 2024
  • 7sF

The Dimensity 9300 is still more efficient than the 8 Gen 3, despite half it's cores being Cortex X4 ones.

  • Luke
  • 02 Feb 2024
  • xIj

That's nonsense. Battery life change after upgrade is not pointing to old hw. My 2ndary device is A50 with no problem and no Android 14

  • Emanuel Vitor
  • 01 Feb 2024
  • 882

Yes, you're right!

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