Samsung Galaxy S24 series is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2024 with the variants Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Even though there hasn’t been much information about the Galaxy S24 series, it seems the upcoming S series will have a better camera system, performance, design, and battery than the S23 series. In recent days, many specifications have emerged as rumors, and a significant feature that will equip the series has popped up. The Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra phones will reportedly come standard with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.
This was revealed by a Korean source, Chosun Media, and it is a much larger storage upgrade than its predecessor. Users can breathe a sigh of relief as the S24 series will break the long-followed rule that higher storage comes with the more expensive model. The S24 and S24+ will launch with 12 GB of RAM, up from 8 GB, whereas the ultra variant will move to 16 GB. The major concern is that the cost of these base models remains the same as that of the base models launched this year. The price range of the series may vary with the addition of this feature.
The report added that M13 OLED screen technology would be included in the ultra variant S24 ultra and, most likely, in all variants. M13 is the 13th generation of AMOLED screens. Compared to the M12 and its predecessor, it is anticipated that panel performance will be markedly enhanced. Samsung will supply Apple with M13 OLED panels for the iPhone 16 after deploying them in the Galaxy S24 series. The S24 series may debut in North America with the Snapdragon version.
Europe and other Asian nations are anticipated to bring Snapdragon-powered S24 variants. Looking into the memory options of the Galaxy S23 series, the ultra variant comes with 8 GB of RAM, but power users may also opt for 12 GB of memory storage.
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