With every passing day, information regarding the upcoming Galaxy S series and S24 series has been popping out. Ice Universe, a tipster, has provided information over the past three weeks on a number of things. The series is expected for a first-quarter release in 2024. It was earlier reported that the Galaxy S24 Ultra is anticipated to include a better OLED screen in addition to a new telephoto lens. With regard to this, Yogesh Brar, a leaker, shared some intriguing facts on his Twitter handle.
Major specifications, such as the camera system, battery, and processor, have been revealed. Brar revealed that the rear part of the S24 Ultra will hold a 200 MP primary camera, an ultrawide camera of 12 MP, a telephoto sensor of 50 MP, and a 10 MP periscope camera. While for the selfie camera, a 12-megapixel sensor will be included. A 5000 mAh battery system will be included, along with 45W of rapid charging capability. The battery life of the Galaxy S24 Ultra was also listed on the Dekra Certification site as a 4,855 mAh nominal battery but should really reveal a 5,100 mAh battery.
Added to that, the model will arrive in two different variants in terms of processor; it will be powered up with both the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and Exynos 2400 chipsets, which will be launched based on the regions. It is rumored that the Galaxy S24 Ultra may have OLED screens that are manufactured with M13, 13th Generation AMOLED panels, for its lighter and lower energy consumption features.
A titanium frame is also said to be on the cards for the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The gadget is rumored to have a 144 Hz QHD+ AMOLED display; if it turns out to be accurate, then the S24 Ultra will be the first member of the S family to be equipped with this feature. A 6.8-inch screen is expected for the model.
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