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Samsung’s Latest Galaxy Model S24 Set to launch with a bang in 2024 – breaking down the hype with the latest leaks and renders

Although the Samsung Galaxy S23 series hit the market only a few months ago, tech enthusiasts are already eagerly anticipating what the next iteration, the Samsung Galaxy S24, will offer. With the brand’s history of pushing the boundaries of mobile performance, photography, and battery life, it’s no wonder that expectations are high for the upcoming release.

As we wait for the official announcement, rumours and speculations about the Samsung Galaxy S24 continue to circulate. However, one thing is certain – Samsung will undoubtedly incorporate cutting-edge technology and features to make its next flagship series a force to be reckoned with.

To keep you updated on all the latest developments, we’ve compiled this comprehensive guide to everything we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy S24 and its variants. Stay tuned for more updates as they emerge.

Samsung Galaxy S24: Release date and more

The Samsung Galaxy S24 is undoubtedly one of the most highly anticipated smartphone releases of 2024, following the successful launch of its predecessor, the Galaxy S23. Although Samsung has not yet announced the official release date, we can make an educated guess based on the company’s previous launch patterns.

Given that Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S23 lineup at the Galaxy Unpacked event in February 2023, we can assume that the Galaxy S24 will likely make its debut at the same event in January or February 2024. However, Samsung may decide to deviate from its three-pronged release strategy, which includes the vanilla S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra. According to reports, the company is considering abandoning the Plus model due to the increasingly polarized flagship product market and the stagnation of the entire smartphone industry.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the Galaxy S24 lineup’s exact release date and configuration, one thing is certain: Samsung will continue to deliver cutting-edge technology and features to ensure that its flagship series remains at the forefront of the mobile industry. We eagerly await the unveiling of the Galaxy S24 and all the exciting features it has in store.

Samsung Galaxy S24: Pricing and affordability

As Samsung has yet to confirm which phones will be included in the upcoming Galaxy S24 lineup, pricing details remain scarce. However, we can look to this year’s Galaxy S23 phones as a reference point for estimating potential prices.

Assuming that the Galaxy S24 range will include the vanilla S24, S24 Plus (if it is released), and the S24 Ultra, we can expect to see prices starting from at least $799.99 / £849 / AU$1,349 for the base model, with the S24 Plus and S24 Ultra priced at $999.99/ £1,049 / AU$1,649 and $1,199.99 / £1,249 / AU$1,949, respectively.

Of course, these prices are purely speculative, and we will have to wait for official confirmation from Samsung to get a more accurate idea of how much the Galaxy S24 lineup will cost. Nevertheless, we can expect the company to continue delivering premium features and cutting-edge technology, making the Galaxy S24 series a highly desirable smartphone lineup for tech enthusiasts and casual users alike.

If the reports from The Elecare accurate, Samsung may not be releasing a Galaxy S24 Plus model. This means that consumers will have to choose between the 6.1-inch display of the Galaxy S24 or the larger 6.8-inch screen of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Assuming that Samsung follows the same display sizes as their previous models, it’s likely that the standard S24 will continue to feature a 120Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. On the other hand, the S24 Ultra is expected to sport the same dynamic AMOLED 2X panel with a resolution of 1440 x 3088 pixels and a dynamic refresh rate that can vary from 1Hz to 120Hz (potentially even up to 144Hz this time around), as seen on its predecessor, the S23 Ultra

Design and Specs

According to leaker RGcloudS, the next generation Snapdragon 8 processor will feature a high-performance Cortex-X4 core clocked at an impressive 3.7GHz, in addition to four low-frequency performance cores and three efficiency-focused cores. This represents a significant upgrade from its predecessor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which boasted a clock speed of 3.2GHz, translating to a 15% increase in power.

It is currently unknown whether the Galaxy-specific version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor will be faster than the standard version, but the 3.7GHz clock speed is a substantial improvement over the S23’s clock speed of 3.36GHz. In other words, the Samsung Galaxy S24 and its larger siblings could be faster than the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro and much-rumored iPhone 15 Ultra

As for the S24 Ultra’s camera, insider Ice Universe suggests that Samsung will introduce a new telephoto sensor while retaining the same primary camera from the S23 Ultra.


Camera and Battery

Leaker RGcloudS has tweeted that the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature “Gen4 optics” in its zoom camera design, promising a considerable improvement in zoom capabilities. This could translate to a wider aperture of 2.5-2.9 and digital zoom of up to 150x, surpassing the already impressive 100x Space Zoom offered by its predecessor, and providing better low-light performance.

Industry sources suggest the S24 Ultra might also introduce a variable telephoto camera with the ability to switch between 3x and 10x optical zoom, although it remains unclear whether it can zoom optically to levels between 3x and 10x.

Disappointingly, RGcloudS also revealed that the Galaxy S24 Ultra would feature the same 200MP primary camera as the Galaxy S23 Ultra, while the standard Galaxy S24 and Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus would retain the same 50MP main camera as their predecessors.

In terms of battery, reports suggest that Samsung is developing an electric-vehicle style battery for smartphones, using a stacked design that could offer 10% greater capacity in the same space, though it remains uncertain whether this technology will be ready for the Galaxy S24.

Lastly, Samsung may change its default search engine from Google to Bing on its devices, a move that could please Microsoft but may not be well-received by consumers.


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