Unconfirmed Unpacked: Samsung Galaxy S24 Leaks Ahead of Event Announcement

Samsung is expected to unveil its latest lineup of Galaxy smartphones at the beginning of the year, with the first Unpacked event of 2024 slated for January 17. Leaker Evan Blass shared a spec sheet that provides details on the components of the Galaxy S24 lineup, which is expected to include the regular model, an S24+, and an S24 Ultra. The devices are likely to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, with the option of the company’s own Exynos 2400 in certain regions.

The standard Galaxy S24 is projected to feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED 2x FHD display, a 50MP main camera with 8K video capabilities, Space Zoom of up to 30x, and dual telephoto zoom of up to 3x. It is expected to come with 8GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB and 256GB, with a 4,000mAh battery that can be charged to 50% in 30 minutes.

The S24+ is likely to have a similar camera system as the base model, with a larger 6.7-inch AMOLED 2x QHD+ display and a 4,900mAh battery that can be charged to 65% in 30 minutes. It is expected to offer 12GB of RAM and storage options of 256GB and 512GB.

The S24 Ultra, which may have a titanium body, is projected to have the same RAM and storage options as the S24+, but with a vastly superior camera system including a 200MP main lens, up to 10x quad telephoto, and 100x Space Zoom. It is expected to feature a 6.8-inch AMOLED 2x QHD+ display and a 5,000mAh battery.

All three models are expected to have displays with up to 2,600 nits of brightness, IP68 water resistance, and the S24 Ultra may be the only model to boast a built-in S Pen. The designs are expected to be largely similar to the S23 lineup, with reports suggesting that the S24 Ultra may have a fully flat screen.

While the S24 lineup may not have significant upgrades in design and specs, Samsung is expected to integrate its Gauss generative AI system into the lineup, with on-device GAI processes handled by the new Snapdragon chipset. Overall, the Samsung S24 lineup is generating excitement as the unveiling date approaches.