As Samsung prepares its first ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event for 2024, which is slated to be held in January, a barrage of leaks surrounding the Galaxy S24 models will eventually come forth. This time, we get to see the base model and the larger Galaxy S24 Plus from a few angles, though it can be concluded that Samsung was more interested in bringing in internal improvements rather than preferring a change in aesthetics.
The lack of external design changes suggests that Samsung is going after internal upgrades with the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus
The white dummies’ images were uploaded by Sonny Dickson, showing both flagships from a variety of angles. Ian Zelbo, a concept creator and designer who has grown popular on various platforms, also believes that the dummies are accurate, but the lack of a chassis change means that customers might not find encouragement in upgrading next year. The Galaxy S23 came with a substantial hardware improvement, largely thanks to an exclusive Qualcomm deal in which Samsung only used the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for all variants.
With the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus dummies, we see curved corners, coupled with a single speaker cutout and a SIM card tray opening, suggesting that either the dummies’ images posted belong to non-U.S. variants, or Samsung is uninterested in bringing SIM-less technology to any market. Aside from that, we spotted a triple rear camera setup on both models, along with a few microphone arrays on the top and bottom.
No logic boards or any other details were shared, so we cannot provide further information, but that does not mean that there will not be even better leaks than this. It is possible that these images will no longer be available after a while since Samsung is on a laser-focused mission in going after leaks that publish vital information about its Galaxy S24 lineup and future models.
The company may go after Sonny Dickson on this occasion, which is why we have taken the liberty of uploading the actual images rather than the tweet. In this way, readers have a little time to peruse both models and decide if they wish to upgrade next year.
News Source: Sonny Dickson