The Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra are expected to launch on January 17 with the same design but improved chipset performance, as leaked earlier this month.
A recent report from the Netherlands has confirmed that the S24 and S24+ will be slightly cheaper. At the same time, a leaked specification sheet suggested that the two non-ultra flagships would come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 only in the US and Canada, with all other markets getting the Exynos 2400 treatment.
The image above may be a slide of a presentation prepared by Samsung’s marketing department for salespeople handling the devices. It can be done well by a good fan who wraps up all the existing flaws in one image and gives the Samsung font a legitimate look.
Coming back to the prices, the Galaxy S24 and S24+ may be cheaper than the S23 at launch, but the Ultra’s price remains relatively the same. There may be slight differences from one EU country to another depending on exchange rates, local regulations and sales campaigns.
|Galaxy S24 Ultra
|Galaxy S23 Ultra
Next month’s Galaxy Unpacked event is also expected to be the landing stage for One UI 6.1. The interface should match the Galaxy S24 trio with AI features for battery protection and clear calls with real-life transcriptions out of the box.
Source 1 • Source 2 (in Dutch)