Leaked S24’s Spec Sheet Shows Minimal Hardware Upgrades as Samsung Pushes for AI

It’s happened once again—Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S24 series has fallen victim to another leak, with the entire spec sheet surfacing online. However, the revealed details offer little to no surprises, merely confirming previous leaks.

Early Bird Gets the… Galaxy?

Rumors have been swirling around the next Galaxy Unpacked event for months, but now we have a confirmed date and a hint at what to expect. Tech insider Evan Blass took to X with a revealing GIF. It showcased a countdown with the words “Galaxy AI is Coming” displayed alongside, with the date January 18, 2024, at 3 AM KST (December 17, 2023, 8 AM PST) written beneath the countdown.

This confirms earlier whispers of a mid-January event, a month earlier than Samsung’s typical February time frame. Reports suggest this move is driven by competition, aiming to get devices into consumers’ hands sooner and boost first-quarter sales. The early launch would also allow Samsung to gather public feedback and implement updates accordingly.

The most interesting bit about Evan’s post wasn’t the countdown poster reveal, but what came after—the spec sheet.

The Galaxy S24 Spec Sheet

In a follow-up thread to his original tweet, Evan posted the entire, seemingly official spec sheet for the S24 series, confirming all the changes, such as the Titanium frame and the Ultra maxing out at 12GB of RAM, etc.

S24 spec sheet | Evan Blass via X

Samsung’s ‘S’ series flagship devices of 2024 will consist of three phones: the S24 Ultra, S24+, and the vanilla S24. The Ultra, also known as “The most epic Galaxy,” comes with a 6.8″ 2X Dynamic AMOLED QHD+ display with 2,600 nits of peak brightness. It is available in a single 12GB RAM option. For storage, Samsung surprisingly maxes out at 512GB instead of 1TB this year.

Other than that, the spec sheet confirms a Titanium body with new color options. The S24+ comes in at 6.7″ with the same display as the Ultra. This model also features 12GB of RAM and maxes out at 512GB of storage. However, it doesn’t come with a Titanium frame; instead, it uses the Armor Aluminum 2.0. Another notable difference is its 50MP main camera sensor compared to the 200MP on the Ultra.

The vanilla S24 measures 6.2″, making it the shortest phone in the lineup with a Dynamic AMOLED 2X FHD+ display, maxing out at 2,600 nits of peak brightness. It has 8GB of RAM and comes with a maximum storage option of 256GB. Additionally, it has the smallest battery of the bunch at 4,000mAh, compared to 4,900 on the Plus and 5,000 on the Ultra.

All three phones are powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and come with IP68 water resistance. This is all we know for now, but rest assured that we will keep you updated as new information becomes available.


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