Today has been a big day for leaks of upcoming flagship Samsung phones. We first saw renders of the vanilla Galaxy S24 popping up, and then the top of the line S24 Ultra followed suit. The eagle-eyed among you may have realized there's one member of the family missing - the S24+. Well, not anymore, as it too has now been subjected to the CAD-based leaked renders treatment.
These show the middle child of 2024's flagship family from an array of different perspectives, and the design is incredibly similar to that of the S24. As before, it looks like the S24+ will basically be a larger version of the entry-level model.
Like that one, this too has flat sides, because everyone is doing those these days, they're oh-so-trendy. The S24+ is said to measure 158.5 x 75.9 x 7.75 mm. That's in line with what was leaked earlier today, and this means the S24+ will be marginally taller, narrower, and thicker than its predecessor.
It's rumored to sport a 6.7-inch flat screen with a centrally-aligned hole punch for the selfie camera, three rear modules, and an UWB or 5G (or both) antenna cutout on the right side of the frame under the power button.
The Galaxy S24 series is expected to be announced on January 18, and should become available by the end of January.
Wish they would stop making phones taller. Very uncomfortable for a human hand and one handed usage. Further, if these companies want to be "enviromental" would you not make these use the same cases as the previous model design to avoid was...
You are aware that a foldable phone is still a smartphone right? It's just a different display technology. It might still use the same CRAP-o-LED technology under the hood though... Always go for IPS display panel. So much better than cheap CRAP...
sleek and clean 🤷♂️