Rumors and spec details about the Samsung Galaxy S24 lineup have been popping up for months now and we have a new summary on the sizes and some more specs for the upcoming Samsung flagships thanks to IceUniverse. As per the tipster, Galaxy S24 will offer a slightly larger 6.2-inch screen with smaller bezels. The S24+ will also feature slimmer bezels and a bump up to QHD+ resolution while the S24 Ultra will retain the 6.8-inch QHD+ screen.
|Galaxy S24||147 × 70.6 × 7.6mm; 168g||6.2", FHD+ resolution, 2500 nits (peak)||4,000 mAh (25W)|
|Galaxy S24+||158.5 × 75.9 × 7.7mm; 195g||6.7", QHD+ resolution, 2500 nits (peak)||4,900 mAh (45W)|
|Galaxy S24 Ultra||162.3 × 79 × 8.6mm; 233g||6.8", QHD+ resolution, 2500 nits (peak)||5,000 mAh (45W)|
The S24’s listed dimensions are reportedly 147 × 70.6 × 7.6mm which means the upcoming device may be a tad longer compared to the S23 which comes in at 146.3 x 70.9 x 7.6 mm. The weight on the S24 is still 168 grams while the battery capacity will rise to 4,000 mAh but will still be capped at 25W. The S24 will remain capped at FHD+ resolution but will now offer up to 2,500 nits peak brightness. The S24+ and S24 Ultra will offer QHD+ resolution displays and the same 2,500 nits peak brightness.
Ice Universe also notes that the bezels on the S24 and S24+ will be narrower than the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max coming in at 1.5mm compared to 1.7mm on the Apple flagships. The S24+ and S24 Ultra are also shorter by 1mm compared to their predecessors.
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