After the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 launched, Samsung started working on its Galaxy S24 series. Even the models from Samsung’s upcoming flagship series are now getting listed on many certification sites. Recently, through some sources, we learned about the significant aspect of the Galaxy S24 series.
This morning, the famous blogger @Ice Universe (on Weibo) revealed the display specifications of the Galaxy S24 Ultra (the top-end variant of the Galaxy S24 series). The blogger has also posted the display’s image, which can be seen as a non-edge display.
The display would be a single punch-hole OLED Display that would size around 6.8 inches (exactly 6.78 inches) and support 2K+ resolution (3120*1440p). The display’s aspect ratio is 19:5:9, while the peak brightness support is up to 2500nits. The number of peak brightness is upgraded massively (from 1750nits in Galaxy S23 Ultra to 2500nits).
In the display’s image, it can be seen that the corners are not rounded. Overall, the display denotes that the Galaxy S24 Ultra would be a phablet device.
As per previous news, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will ditch an Aluminum frame and will be equipped with a titanium body, enhancing its appearance. In addition, all models’ display sizes would remain almost the same (a minor change is expected), while the battery capacity would only be upgraded in non-Ultra models.
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In terms of chipset, the entire Galaxy S24 series will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 chipset that is expected to be released in November. The chipset would now feature 1x Cortex-X4 Ultra-Core, 3x Cortex-A7XX P-Cores (high frequency), 3x Cortex-A7XX P-Cores (lower frequency) and 2x Cortex-A5XX E-Cores.
It is expected that Samsung will release its Galaxy S24 series in early 2024.