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Leaked details emerge on Samsung’s Galaxy S24 Series: Thinner bezels and LTPO displays for all models

As the highly anticipated launch of the Samsung Galaxy S24 series approaches, leaks have begun to shed light on some of the upcoming flagship smartphones’ key features. Notably, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is rumored to receive significant upgrades, with the adoption of Titanium for its body. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ will also see notable improvements, particularly in their display design.

According to the latest insights from Ice Universe, both the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ will boast narrower bezels compared to their predecessors, the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+. This aesthetic enhancement is expected to create a more visually appealing experience for users. However, a recent Geekbench listing has raised some concerns about system memory. Contrary to earlier leaks, it appears that the Galaxy S24+ will still start with 8 GB of RAM. Despite this, the devices are slated to feature more power-efficient displays, allowing for better battery life optimization.

In a promising development, Ice Universe reported that both the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24+ will adopt LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) display technology. This shift is expected to have a positive impact on power consumption when using features like Always On Display. LTPO displays offer finer control over the refresh rate, leading to energy savings. Previously, only the Galaxy S21 Ultra featured an LTPO display, while the S21 and S21+ stuck with traditional displays with limited refresh rate options. This year’s S23 and S23+ followed suit. However, it’s encouraging to see Samsung standardizing LTPO technology across the entire Galaxy S24 range.

According to findings by Nashville Chatter, the Galaxy S24+ is set to house a 4,900 mAh battery, slightly larger than its predecessor. On the other hand, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will boast a 5,000 mAh battery, indicating a significant power boost for Samsung’s most high-end device. However, it’s worth noting that the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s design is not expected to deviate from that of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. While more details about the devices’ cameras and other specifications are yet to emerge, these leaks have undoubtedly heightened excitement for the upcoming Galaxy S24 series.