The Galaxy S24 series is expected to hit the market in the first quarter of the coming year, and day by day we are getting notified of new features that will be included in the series. Until now, it was said that only the ultra variant would get screen transformations, but it seems that’s not the case as the whole family of S24 is getting a display upgrade. A few days ago, a leaked rendering revealed that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a resolution of 3120 x 1440, a size of around 6.78 inches, and a maximum brightness of up to 2500 nits.
According to the tipper, Ice Universe, the entire Galaxy S24 series—the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra—will all be able to attain peak brightness levels of 2,500 nits. This is undoubtedly the highest-rated brightness for a display. The tipster also pointed out other features, like the fact that instead of the 2340 x 1080 pixel screens seen in the Galaxy S24’s predecessors, the Galaxy S24 Plus variant will come with a 3120 x 1440 resolution with a wide quad-high definition, WQHD+, display.
The manufacturer always included flagship-rated screens with the ultra variants of the Galaxy S series, but this is the first time that the plus and the base variants are getting teased for receiving brighter and more enhanced displays. The Plus variant of the Galaxy S20 is the last model to be equipped with WQHD+ resolution, but the firm didn’t continue this for their successors, and this was not something that the users were concerned about. The reduced resolutions and pixel numbers further extend the battery life of the phone.
So if the stated information about the model turns out to be true, then the customers should get concerned about the battery life. However, the chipsets that powered the series, the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, can be predicted to solve the issue regarding battery life.
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