Samsung Galaxy S24 Series' Familiar Design Leaked in Dummies
The upcoming Galaxy S24 series is said to include major internal upgrades. Regarding the hood itself, well, let's just say that some pictures of dummies have leaked and they don't appear very familiar.
The images posted by @SonnyDickson show all three models: the Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra. Just the three camera lenses are visible on the rear of the two smaller variants, which have flat sides and rounded corners.
With its more rectangular design and two more camera lenses on the rear, the Galaxy S24 Ultra sticks out. Before this, CAD-based renderings surfaced online, disclosing the phone's dimensions: 162.3 x 79.0 x 8.7 mm, which are essentially millimeter-perfect matches with the S23 Ultra. Sadly, no front-facing photos were taken of the dummies; the new Ultra is expected to smooth out, but not entirely flat. Additionally, the weight should be the same.
The Galaxy S24+'s measurements, according to renders, are 158.5 x 75.9 x 7.75 mm; meanwhile, according to another leak, the S24's dimensions are 147.0 x 70.5 x 7.6 mm. Once more, this is identical to both the S23+ and the S23 to within about a millimeter. Take note that Samsung is said to be abandoning Armor Aluminum in favor of titanium frames for its flagship smartphones in 2024. Although the dummies are all painted white, rumors about the four main hues and a few other colors—some of which are likely to be exclusive to the Samsung store—have already surfaced.
Speaking of the screens, there are reports that all three will have LTPO panels (finally!). There will be minor improvements to the back cameras, with the Ultra model receiving most of the modifications.
It is anticipated that the Samsung Galaxy S24 series will be unveiled in January at a US Unpacked event.