The standard Galaxy S24 model has been making waves in the smartphone market in silence, despite all the hype surrounding the Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Current reports indicate that the Galaxy S24 is expected to make an impression with its elegant design and remarkable color selections, even if it might not receive the same amount of attention as its more expensive version. The refinement of the aluminum frame is one noticeable difference from the Galaxy S23, its predecessor. The phone looks sleek and contemporary, all thanks to the base variant’s more streamlined and thin body.
Each Galaxy S24 has a color-matched frame that complements the device’s overall design, and the metal bezel reinforces the device’s premium appearance. While it’s true that several leakers have compromised the Galaxy S24’s color scheme in recent months, now we have finally got a list that may be confirmed. The Galaxy S24 camera design is the same as well, with each lens surrounded by no panel. At least when viewed from the year, the phone still has the same straight-forward and somewhat dull appearance.
The Galaxy S24 features a flat front and rounded edges. The rear panel has a chamfered edge but is otherwise flat. Samsung has also flattened the power and volume buttons, which are located on the right. This is usual Samsung behavior. The antenna lines and smooth surface of the frame verify that the body is metallic.
Hue variants of the Galaxy S24:
- Onyx Black
- Marble Grey
- Amber Yellow
- Cobalt Violet
Galaxy S24 specifications:
- Display: 6.1-inch display screen
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 (in the US)
- Samsung’s Exynos 2400 (European regions)
- Internal Storage: 128 GB
- RAM: 8GB
- Rear Camera: 50 MP primary, 12 MP ultrawide, and 10 MP
- Front Camera: 12 MP
- Battery system: 4,000 mAh
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