The Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra have been detailed in inventory lists published by Tech_Reve, a reputable Samsung insider. A leak from Samsung shows off the new features of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Alongside the memory and storage configurations, these disclose the primary colors of the eagerly awaited handsets.
The range will be offered in four colorways: black, grey, violet, and yellow, which coincides with the four primary hues of the packaged wallpaper. In the past, Samsung has granted exclusive color options to specific handsets and configurations; I anticipate this trend will continue throughout the entire lineup.
The listings also include information regarding the memory and storage capacities of the three smartphones. These validate disclosures from the past.
The Galaxy S24 will include 8GB of RAM and 256GB or 128GB of storage space; the Galaxy S24+ will consist of 12GB of RAM and 512GB or 256GB of storage space; and the Galaxy S24 Ultra will consist of 12GB of RAM and 512GB, 256GB, or 1 TB of storage space.
The 12 GB of RAM on the Galaxy S24 Ultra will disappoint community members. During the summer, diverse online benchmarking sites unveiled a 16 GB smartphone with model numbers identical to the S24 Ultra. Given the heightened memory requirements imposed by AI-based applications, this aspect may be a vulnerability in an otherwise exceptional comprehensive product from Samsung.
The Galaxy S24 family, including the S24 Ultra and S-Pen, is anticipated to debut at a “Galaxy Unpacked” event on January 17, 2024, in early 2024.