Early in the upcoming year, the Samsung Galaxy S24 lineup, which includes the trio of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra, is anticipated to go official. Their specs have previously been made public through a number of leaks. Recently, fresh computer-aided design (CAD) renderings that provide an insight into the potential Galaxy S24 design have appeared online. The smartphone appears to have a yellow color option according to the renderings, with the display having a hole punch cutout.
In certain places, the Galaxy S24 is anticipated to come with an Exynos CPU; however, the Indian version is rumored to operate on a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. CAD renderings of the Galaxy S24 were released by the source, PhoneArena. They recommend that the gadget be colored yellow. The Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus will reportedly repurpose the Galaxy S23’s design with a few minor adjustments, as per the tipster Revegnus. Flatter sides and edges replace the pebble-like form.
The Galaxy S24 is depicted in the renderings as having three back cameras. It is evident from the shared images of the source that the three elevated camera lenses are positioned next to the LED flash. The source depicts that the Galaxy S24+ may have dimensions of 158.5×75.9×7.75mm, making it somewhat taller and slimmer than the Galaxy S23+. While the Galaxy S24 may have a 6.1-inch display, the Galaxy S24+ may have a 6.65-inch display. Alleged renderings of the Galaxy S24 Ultra and Galaxy S24+ were recently posted by the same publication.
In terms of color variants, hues like orange, light blue, and light green will be available in every online and offline store. Think black, grey, violet, and yellow, which are the hues that are exclusively available in the official Samsung shop. The formal launch of the Galaxy S24 series is scheduled for January 17; however, this is not an official statement. Instead of using aluminum frames, it most likely uses titanium ones. Exynos CPUs are anticipated to power the Galaxy S24 and S24+ in international countries, including the US and Canada.
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