Samsung is expected to launch its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S24, in early 2024. But what will it look like and what features will it have? Thanks to some leaked renders from a reliable source, we may have a good idea of what to expect from the upcoming device.
The renders, which were shared by Steve McFly, aka @OnLeaks, in collaboration with SmartPrix and GizNext, show the Galaxy S24 and the Galaxy S24 Plus from different angles. The first thing that stands out is the flat-edged design of the phone, which is a departure from the rounded edges of the previous Galaxy models. The phone also seems to have a metal frame, similar to the recent iPhones, which gives it a more premium look and feel.
The back of the phone is not very different from the Galaxy S23, as it still has three rear cameras arranged vertically without a surrounding camera block. However, one noticeable change is the presence of an ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna on the side of the phone, which suggests that Samsung is planning to use this technology for more features and functions. UWB is a short-range wireless communication protocol that enables precise location tracking and data transfer between devices.
The front of the phone also looks familiar, with a 6.1-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The dimensions of the phone are almost identical to those of the Galaxy S23, which means that Samsung is not making any major changes in terms of size or weight. The same goes for the Galaxy S24 Plus, which has a slightly larger 6.5-inch display but otherwise shares the same design and specs as the regular S24.
Of course, these renders are not official and may not reflect the final product that Samsung will unveil next year. But they do give us a glimpse of what Samsung is working on and what we can expect from its next flagship phone. The Galaxy S24 may not be a radical redesign, but it may offer some subtle improvements and refinements that will make it stand out from the competition.