The new leaked image looks official and shows us the components that Samsung intends to highlight when selling its flagship terminals for next year.
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We are less than a month away from Samsung’s Unpacked event, where the new Galaxy S24 series, including the flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra, will be formally introduced.
This has led to a cascade of leaks, from the design of the devices to the colors. The latest leak relates to technical specifications of the camera, screen, and internal components – basically, the core features of the device.
Many of the previous weeks’ leaks are confirmed
Specifically, the leaker Evan Blass has shared on his X account, formerly Twitter, a promotional image that looks like it could be from the three-star company itself, both in design and typography.
Link to tweet: Twitter
In the image, we can see the basic details that Samsung wants to highlight for each device, making it clear the strong points of the new Galaxy S24 in its three variants.
Regarding the camera of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, previous rumors suggested a switch from a x10 telephoto to a x5 telephoto. However, in the leaked image, we can see that Samsung will ultimately include a Quad Telephoto lens with x2, x3, x5, and x10 capabilities, providing tremendous versatility without sacrificing the beloved x10 feature from the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The image also shows that the Galaxy S24+ and S24 Ultra will come with 12 GB of RAM, compared to the 8 GB in the standard versions. The batteries will see slight improvements, with the Ultra version having a 5,000 mAh battery, the + version with 4,900 mAh, and the smaller version with a 4,000 mAh battery.
It also confirms another detail: Exynos has returned to certain markets for the standard and + versions, while the Ultra will feature a Qualcomm chip, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, in all markets.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.