Exciting start to the year from Samsung with the launch of the new S24 series.
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In early November, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S24 would be unveiled at the upcoming Unpacked event but not in San Francisco.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 will be officially unveiled on January 17, 2024, a month earlier than the company usually does. We not only know the presentation date but also have information on reservations and availability for the Galaxy S24.
Revolution in communication with the S24 series
The official presentation of the Galaxy S24 is scheduled for January 17, 2024, according to reports from The Elec. Adding an unexpected twist, this event will take place in San Jose, California, USA. Typically, Samsung hosts its Galaxy Unpacked events in New York, but it seems they want to make waves in Apple’s backyard this time.
Reservations for the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra will begin on January 18 (or January 19 in South Korea due to the time difference). Users who have their devices reserved will receive them between January 26 and 30, while the rest of the world can get their hands on the Galaxy S24 starting January 30, 2024.
Although we are still uncertain about the exact price, there are rumors that Samsung will maintain similar rates to those of the Galaxy S23 series. So, we estimate that the Galaxy S24 will start around $900, while the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra could be priced at $1,000 and $1,200 respectively.
The Galaxy S24 will be Samsung’s first phone with artificial intelligence (AI), featuring in-house developed AI functions. But that’s not all; there are rumors that Bixby could be rebranded as Galaxy AI, and the first AI function has already been launched—the real-time language transliteration during calls.
The reason for the nearly one-month early launch of the S24 series is apparently part of Samsung’s strategy to peak sales in the first and third quarters of each year, thanks to the releases of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series.
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.