M13 OLED panels and a slightly upgraded base model are expected to be included in Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series:
Recently, information about the Samsung Galaxy S24 series was discovered in the IMEI database. Leaks and rumors have been discussing the products that will be released as part of the subsequent generation for the past few months. Now, new information regarding the S24 lineup has surfaced, according to a report from the South Korean newspaper Chosun, which cited a source from the industry. The source was quoted as saying that the information was recently obtained. It is anticipated that Samsung will continue the release of its Galaxy S flagships in the month of February of the following year.
In the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, you’ll be able to choose between the standard, plus, and ultra models. The S23 models of the previous generation will be succeeded by these when they are eventually released. The Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus both come with 8 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) as standard, but the Galaxy S23 Ultra comes standard with 12 gigabytes of RAM.
It is rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S24 series will include the most recent display technology developed by the company. The most recent OLED display panels from the company’s M13 series will be incorporated into each and every one of the products in this lineup. Compared to the more mature M12 panels, which can be found on the most recent Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5, it is rumored to be both more lightweight and more energy-efficient. Additionally, it is anticipated that the upcoming iPhone 15 series will have M12 panels, which will give Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series an advantage over Apple’s most recent iterations of the iPhone.
According to the report, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus will have base models that come equipped with more RAM and storage space than their predecessors. They will now have 256 gigabytes of storage onboard in addition to 12 gigabytes of random access memory. In addition, this will now be the configuration that is used by default for all devices in the Galaxy S24 series. Fans of Samsung will be pleased to hear that the base model will be receiving a hardware upgrade at a slightly higher price point than before.