Rumors so far are pointing to significant under-the-hood changes for the upcoming Galaxy S24 series. As for the hood itself, well, photos of dummies have surfaced and let’s just say that they look familiar.
All three models are represented – the Galaxy S24, S24+ and S24 Ultra – in the photos shared by @SonnyDickson. The two smaller models have flat sides and rounded corners with only the three camera lenses protruding on the back.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra stands out with its more rectangular look and two additional camera lenses on the back. Previously, CAD-based renders leaked and revealed the measurements of the phone – 162.3 x 79.0 x 8.7mm, basically the same as the S23 Ultra within a millimeter. Unfortunately, the dummies were not photographed from the front – the new Ultra is supposed to flatten out (though it won’t be completely flat). The weight is supposed to be the same too.
Renders of the Galaxy S24+ show its dimensions will be 158.5 x 75.9 x 7.75mm, another leak put the S24 dimensions at 147.0 x 70.5 x 7.6mm. This, again, is the same as the S23+ and the S23 down to around a millimeter. Note that Samsung is rumored to be switching to titanium frames for the 2024 flagships, moving away from Armor Aluminum. The dummies are all painted white, but we’ve already heard whispers of the four core colorways and a few more colors (some of these will probably be exclusive to the Samsung store).
Having mentioned the displays, all three will be LTPO panels, according to rumors (at long last). The rear cameras will feature some upgrades with most of the changes concentrated on the Ultra model.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is expected to be revealed in January at an Unpacked event in the US.
Literally obvious to tell the difference. Look at the flash placement and camera bumps.
Yeah chiatomi paying people everywhere to advertise haha Design Samsung good, last long, smart. I prefer Sony because no nonsense heavey fragile glass back and iron but Sony software bad and not really good at shooting without tweaking. So...