Emerging Details About Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra HDR Stir Excitement
Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra HDR feature are building excitement in the smartphone arena. Following the successful Samsung Galaxy S23, which currently leads the Android smartphone market, everyone’s eyes are now on what’s coming next. With the attractive lineup of foldable phones headlined by the revolutionary Galaxy Z Fold 5, the anticipation is even higher for the Galaxy S24 series slated for an early next year release.
Rumored Features of Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra HDR
The design and specifications of the Galaxy S24 series are gradually becoming clear. Given Samsung’s design patterns in recent times, it’s no shocker that the S24 series might bear similarities to Apple in more ways than one. The overall aesthetics are expected to stay consistent, aligning with the design language Samsung has adopted for its 2023 models, including the budget-friendly Galaxy A14.
Various rumors and renders suggest that Samsung is ready to leave behind its iconic curved screens. Following years of minimizing the curve on its flagships and providing flat panels for the non-Ultra devices, the Galaxy S24 will possibly inherit this feature. The display itself is purported to be entirely flat, although retaining the curved edges.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24+ are reportedly getting a few essential upgrades as well. This includes slightly larger screens and an impressive leap to a QHD resolution for the S24+, which will result in an even more detailed display than the S24 Ultra.
Frames and Built
A few more changes are expected, such as the adoption of titanium for the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s frames and potentially scrapping the Galaxy S24+ from the lineup. However, experts like Roland Quandt at WinFuture are doubtful about the latter.
Processor and Storage
Under the hood, the devices are likely to be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. Furthermore, the new phones are expected to boast between 8GB and 12GB of RAM and offer various storage levels, potentially reaching up to 2TB for the Ultra model.
Contrarily, rumors about Samsung shifting back to Exynos chips in certain regions have also been circulating. While this switch could lead to a heated debate, recent reports suggest the upcoming Galaxy S24 series will stick with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in the Ultra model. Also, it will come with smaller S24 models possibly featuring the new Exynos 2400 in regions like Europe.
In terms of software, the Galaxy S24 series will ship with either One UI 6 or One UI 6.1. Hence, will bring several new features over Android 14. Expectations also revolve around potential improvements to the One UI experience that will come with the Galaxy S24 line.
Camera-wise, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is estimated to take a modest step up from its predecessor. Maintaining the same 200MP lens while enhancing the user experience. The Samsung Galaxy S24 is also expected to feature ultra-wideband support, brighter displays, and the unaltered charging speeds.
As for the pricing and release dates, they remain fairly constant compared to previous years. The Galaxy S23 series shared the same February launch window and varied price points with the S22. Whether or not the Galaxy S24 will follow this trend remains to be seen.
Inclusion of an Ultra HDR-like feature in the Galaxy S24 series will enhance the photo-viewing experience. Noting its full brightness, contrast, and color range of the original HDR image. It will be preserved rather than downgraded to the SDR display range.