The excitement for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series is growing, even though official launch is in January or February. Recently, a trusted source, Ice universe, mentioned that the Galaxy S24 series would have a flat design.
Now, this information has been confirmed through an exclusive partnership. Smartprix has teamed up with OnLeaks to give you an in-depth sneak peek at the Samsung Galaxy S24. This includes high-quality 5K images and an engaging 360-degree video.
In the images, you can observe that the front screen of the phone remains at 6.1 inches (or 6.2 inches according to ICE UNIVERSE on X). The Galaxy S24 features a flat back and now has flat frames like an iPhone. This change might lead to a less comfortable grip for certain users.
In terms of size, the Galaxy S24 is expected to be a bit taller and slightly less wide compared to the Galaxy S23. The projected dimensions for the S24 are around 147 × 70.6 × 7.6mm, and it will weigh approximately 168g. In contrast, the Galaxy S23 measures 146.3 x 70.9 x 7.6 mm.
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On the back, the design of the Galaxy S24 is like the S23. It has three cameras sticking out separately from the frame, and the LED Flash is placed similarly to the Galaxy A54. The buttons are in the same spots as before, with the power button and volume rocker still on the right-side frame, and now the UWB antenna is with them. Towards the bottom, you’ll find the USB-C port, surrounded by a slot for your SIM card, a microphone, and a speaker.
The S23 is anticipated to bring some upgrades. It’s expected to have a brighter screen with 2500 nits compared to its predecessor’s 1750 nits. The battery is also getting a small bump, going from 3900 mAh to 4000 mAh, but the charging speed will stay unchanged. Based on the renders, it looks like there will be a new blue color option as well.
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