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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra: Colors, Specs, and Processor Split Unveiled

A continuous stream of Samsung Galaxy S24 leaks has surfaced recently, but the deluge has now erupted with leaked renders, color choices, and specifications for all three anticipated phones in the series. The information stems from the consistently reliable Windows Report, providing a comprehensive preview of the likely upcoming devices. As previously indicated, the expected launch date is set for Wednesday, January 17, 2024.

Commencing with the Samsung Galaxy S24, it is slated to feature an Exynos 2400 processor, 8GB of RAM, a 6.2-inch screen boasting a maximum 120Hz refresh rate, and a triple-lens rear camera system (50MP wide, 12MP ultrawide, 10MP 3x telephoto), along with a 12MP selfie camera. Predictions also include a 4,000mAh battery and storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra: Colors, Specs, and Processor Split Unveiled

Regarding color choices, the Galaxy S24 is expected to come in Onyx Black, Marble Grey, Cobalt Violet, and Amber Yellow. The Galaxy S24 Plus mirrors this palette, with distinctions in 12GB of RAM, the absence of the 128GB storage variant, a larger 6.7-inch screen, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Unveiled

The latest Ultra model, Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, introduces a color palette: Titanium Black, Titanium Gray, Titanium Violet, and Titanium Yellow. This hints at a premium titanium frame, debunking previous aluminum rumors.

Specifications Overview:

FeatureSpecification
Screen6.8-inch, 120Hz
ProcessorSnapdragon 8 Gen 3
RAM12GB
Storage Options256GB / 512GB / 1TB
Battery5,000mAh
Selfie Camera12MP
Rear Camera System200MP wide + 12MP ultrawide + 50MP 5x telephoto + 10MP 3x telephoto

The visual design aligns with the Samsung Galaxy S23, yet the S24 Ultra might embrace a flat screen. The new Titanium Yellow color adds a distinctive touch.

Of note is the processor split between the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus, deviating from the historical regional basis for the Exynos or Snapdragon selection. The Ultra model, traditionally Qualcomm-powered, follows this trend.

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