The Galaxy S24 series, which will be launched through an unpacked event that was firmly rumored to take place in San Francisco on January 17, 2024, But there was no official announcement from the manufacturer yet. Today, Evan Blass, the tipster, shared a short video that looks like an official announcement video. The South Korean giant always follows an accurate time frame for its Unpacked Galaxy event. In February of this year, Samsung held an Unpacked event for the launch of the Galaxy S23 series.
This will not be the same timeframe; however, time doesn’t vary so much. As per the short video released by the tipster, the Galaxy event is scheduled to take place on January 18, 2024. The screen displays a countdown starting from today until the event day. The event is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PST. The video also shows an emblem that strikingly resembles the Google Bard logo, which appears in animation on the right. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that Samsung will make use of Bard to a degree not seen in earlier Galaxy models.
Even though there is no difference in the design of the emblem, Google Bard has two flying stars, and Samsung seems to have four little stars. Last comes the most expected words from Samsung that is “Galaxy AI is coming.” Samsung may be planning some fantastic AI graphics similar to Google Bard that appear to be associated with the AI branding of several other businesses.
Another tipster put forth a statement stating that the volume is a collection of photos featuring the titanium S24 Ultra together with the other three Galaxy S24 variants. Nothing that we haven’t seen before is included in the picture dump; however, the post includes a download link if you want to view some high-resolution Galaxy S24 photos continuously.
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