THE Galaxy S24 Ultra can already be seen in real conditions, providing us with valuable information on its design.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra has already been the subject of several leaks and renders have given us a first idea of what it will look like, but this time, for the first time, we have photos taken in hand of the smartphone, or at least of a very advanced prototype of the final product.
The curved screen is abandoned
On X.com, a certain David Martin published three photos of the alleged Galaxy S24 Ultra. If the source is not necessarily part of the list of reputable leakers in the mobile industry, two elements give credibility to this leak: the smartphone shown corresponds very well to what previous leaks suggested, and Ice Universe, which has repeatedly proven its reliability, confirms the authenticity of the images.
The design of the Galaxy S24 Ultra changes only slightly compared to its predecessor. One of the main changes is the integration of a flat screen. This was expected and the Galaxy S23 Ultra had already started this trend by reducing the curvature of its panel.
On the back, we still have the presence of five lenses, although we are expecting a new periscopic telephoto lens offering up to 5x optical zoom on this model, compared to 10x apparently. In return for this less powerful zoom, the image quality should be improved.
A titanium chassis?
On the right edge of the terminal, we observe the appearance of a type of trapdoor in the lower part. This should be used to house new, more efficient network and UWB antennas.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra should swap aluminum for titanium, which is difficult to confirm in these images. According to Ice Universe, the model presented by David Martin adopts a color which will be called Titanium Gold.
Samsung is reportedly launching its Galaxy S24 series earlier than usual next year, with an announcement expected in mid-January for availability at the end of the same month.
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Source : David Martin on X.com