Samsung’s S24 Ultra: Titanium Frame, Snapdragon Power, Camera Boost

  • Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra to feature a titanium frame, making it 1g lighter than its predecessor.
  • Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 exclusively powering the S24 Ultra, promising top-tier performance.
  • Camera upgrades with a 200MP sensor and improved autofocus, but battery retains 5,000mAh capacity and 45W wired charging.

Excitement is building in the tech world as leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra start to pour in. While the official release is still months away, tech enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating what’s in store for Samsung’s flagship bar phone. The latest leaks, courtesy of Yogesh Brar, shed light on some key specifications and features of the device.

A Lighter Frame with Titanium


One significant change is the adoption of a titanium frame, following in the footsteps of Apple. This material switch is not expected to have a major impact on the phone’s weight, as the S24 Ultra is poised to be 1g lighter at 233g. It’s worth noting that the iPhone Pros will also undergo a weight reduction due to a shift from heavier stainless steel.

Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Exclusive


While there were earlier rumors of Exynos making a comeback, it appears that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will exclusively utilize the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, possibly a boosted “for Galaxy” version of it. This choice of processor is sure to deliver robust performance, continuing Samsung’s tradition of providing top-tier processing power.

Stunning Display


The device is expected to feature a 6.8″ LTPO AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution. A notable change might be a switch to a flat design. What’s truly captivating is the reported peak brightness of 2,200 nits, a significant improvement over the S23 Ultra’s 1,750 nits. However, users should brace themselves for somewhat chunky bezels.

Camera Upgrades


Photography enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn about the major camera upgrades. The S24 Ultra is rumored to boast a new 200MP sensor (HP25X) with improved autofocus and advanced pixel binning technology, offering both 4-in-1 and 16-in-1 pixel binning options. Additionally, the 3x telephoto camera is expected to feature a new 50MP sensor, a substantial upgrade from its predecessor. While the 12MP ultra-wide and the 12MP selfie camera remain unchanged, the periscope module retains its 10MP sensor.

Battery and Charging


Contrary to previous rumours suggesting 65W charging, it appears that the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will come equipped with a 5,000mAh battery and support 45W wired charging. While it may not be groundbreaking in terms of charging speed, the ample battery capacity is likely to provide users with all-day usage without worry.

As with any pre-release leaks, it’s essential to approach this information with caution, as specifications can change leading up to the official announcement. Samsung is known for keeping some surprises up its sleeve, so the final product might have additional features not yet revealed.

Samsung enthusiasts and tech aficionados in South Africa are undoubtedly looking forward to the launch of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, which is expected to take place next year. Until then, stay tuned for more updates and official information from Samsung as the release date approaches. It promises to be an exciting addition to the Samsung Galaxy lineup, offering enhanced performance, a stunning display, and improved camera capabilities to meet the demands of modern smartphone users.

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