For a very long time, people stated that the Galaxy S24 series would launch in the first quarter of 2024, which seemed too long. But now, looking too closely, the launch is just a month away. The South Korean giant is bringing back the Exynos-Snapdragon chipset combo after a long time with the arrival of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Prior to release, it is necessary to analyze the changes between the predecessor and successor.
Galaxy S23, S23+ vs. Galaxy S24, S24+:
The basic and plus models did not undergo significant changes, but the display screen saw a slight improvement. The Galaxy S24 will feature a 6.2-inch screen, while the Galaxy S23 model has a 6.1-inch screen. In the same way, the Galaxy S24+ will be getting a 6.7-inch screen size, which is a little enhancement compared to the 6.6-inch-sized Galaxy S23+. Several sources have stated that the new flagships will be a little taller and narrower than before. Reports indicate that changing the resolution from 19.5:9 to 20:9 resulted in a slightly longer form factor. The most noticeable alteration on the back is the new positioning of the LED flash.
Galaxy S23 Ultra vs. Galaxy S24 Ultra:
This is the most anticipated comparison, as the Galaxy S23 Ultra was the best and the Galaxy S24 Ultra grew to have more hype and anticipation. The frame undergoes a significant design change as it transitions from armor aluminum, the preferred material in previous generations, to a titanium alloy. Leaked reference images show that the side edges are different from the S23 Ultra variant. The S Pen no longer significantly protrudes from the body; instead, it now has flattened ends.
Notably, the primary speaker’s updated single-slot design replaces the grid of holes on the lower edge. Two auxiliary microphone holes, rather than one, as on the S23 Ultra, are located on the upper edge. The left edge should stay clean, as all the other buttons are slightly larger. In general, the smartphone appears thicker, even though its overall thickness is actually less than that of the 2023 model. This is because, moving forward to the front, Samsung has chosen to soften the lateral edges of the display, producing a smartphone that is essentially flat there.
Experts anticipate that the S24 Ultra will retain its 6.8-inch display, leading to a slightly wider plank. Coming to the front section, the back section ought to have less curvature around the edges. Based on the drawings, it seems that Samsung deliberately chose to set the glass portion inside the frame to further accentuate the sharp edges.
Mark your calendars for the launch of the Galaxy S24 series on January 17, 2024, through an Unpacked Galaxy Event.
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