Earlier rumors suggested that the Galaxy S24 series would arrive on the market quite earlier than the previous S series lineup. And we have got new information regarding this: Samsung is said to have begun mass producing the Galaxy S24 series. This shocking information was leaked by a trustworthy Samsung leaker, who also mentioned that the launch may occur in the time period of around mid-to-late January 2024 in a Weibo post. Samsung plans to compete with the iPhone 15 series by bringing its flagship smartphones earlier than before, which is a smart move.
We can also expect that the series will be the best among the S series launched till date, as the lineup is said to receive a majority of new specifications and AI features. A brighter screen, emergency SOS communication, and maximum peak brightness are the few features among them. The performance of the newly launched processors, the Exynos 2400 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, can be known only after the release of the Galaxy S24 series, as these are the first models to run on these CPUs. As everybody knows, the basic and plus variants will be powered by the Exynos 2400 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 based on the region.
However, the Ultra variant will only use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor worldwide. By bringing the gadgets sooner, the firm also intends to grab its top position in the market for the first quarter of 2024. The fifth generation of foldables was also launched earlier than the previous year; maybe Samsung would have benefited from this move. If Samsung has started the development of the series, then we will soon get announcements officially.
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