With every passing day, we’re getting closer to the launch of the Galaxy S24 series and the revelation of its features and specifications too. There have always been heated discussions regarding the frame that will be built into the models. Earlier, it was said that the ultra variant of the S24 series would receive a titanium frame. But now we’ve reported that the titanium-built Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra variants will be arriving soon. So, the South Korean tech appears to be following in Apple’s footsteps, as the firm offered titanium-framed iPhone 15 Pro variants, whereas the base and Plus models brought stainless steel ones.
There were also talks regarding Samsung adapting stainless steel frames, but we didn’t get any results. The cause may be the additional mass it adds to the model’s weight. Samsung already employed titanium in their Galaxy smartwatches, for instance, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and now it is heading for Galaxy smartphones. According to the reliable tipster Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) on the X platform, the Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra will all have titanium frames. The tipper also added that Samsung Electronics intends to create titanium frames for base models on its own local production line and will obtain titanium frames for plus and ultra variants from the other two partner firms.
Stainless steel in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max wasn’t totally replaced with titanium, as the frame holds titanium and aluminum for the interior structure. This mixture has extremely low thermal conductivity because of titanium. However, by bringing the titanium frame to all the S24 variants, the firm may slightly increase the price.
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