Before its introduction in early 2024, the Samsung Galaxy S24 leak reveals a well-known design.

You might be let down if you had high hopes for the Samsung Galaxy S24's groundbreaking design. Unofficial renderings of the next phone, released by SmartPrix in partnership with leaker OnLeaks, depict a device that resembles this year's Galaxy S23 in terms of appearance, with a squared-off shape and no discernible camera hump surrounding the device's three elevated camera lenses.

Any modifications that are discernible will be minor in light of this disclosure. According to SmartPrix, the Galaxy S24 is marginally taller and slimmer than the S23 that came before it, and it has a little larger corner-to-corner screen size at 6.17 inches as opposed to 6.1 inches. On the phone's back, there are still three camera lenses that are still visible. According to SamMobile, these lenses have the same resolution as the S23 and are said to be 50-megapixel primary, 12-megapixel ultrawide, and 10-megapixel telephoto with a 3x optical zoom. 

The screen of the Galaxy S24 is expected to have a 1080p resolution and a maximum brightness of 2500 nits, according to Leaker Ice Universe. According to reports, the battery has a 4,000mAh capacity and a 25W maximum fast charging speed.

Although SamMobile predicts that Samsung may once again outfit the phone with its own Exynos engine in other worldwide countries after exclusively using Snapdragon for the Galaxy S23, a spec increase to Qualcomm's 2024 flagship chip (expected to be termed the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3) looks certain for US models.



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