Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S24 series during its upcoming Unpacked event on January 17, marking the official debut of the new flagship smartphones.
Leaks have been circulating for a while, revealing key details about the new devices. The highly anticipated series is expected to include the S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra, which feature 6.2-, 6.7-, and 6.8-inch displays, respectively.
Noteworthy improvements from their predecessors include rear-facing camera setups, with the S24 and S24+ equipped with a trio of cameras, while the Ultra model boasts a quartet, including an impressive 200-megapixel sensor to capture high-definition images and videos.
The Ultra model maintains elements from the Galaxy Note line, such as square edges and S Pen functionality. Additionally, there's speculation about a titanium option for the Ultra, similar to Apple's iPhone 15 Pro Max.
As seen in the official trailer, the Korean mobile giant notably touts Galaxy AI, its foray into incorporating the technology into its Galaxy smartphones.
Leaks Reveal Better Prices
Despite the potential for being among the first devices powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, leaked price sheets hint at more favorable prices, especially in Europe, making Samsung's flagship devices more accessible.
The Unpacked event will take place in the SAP Center in San Jose, and will be available for streaming at 10 a.m. PT.
The tech giant will also be offering a special incentive for early reserving customers, providing a $50 "reserve credit" on preorders made before January 16.