Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra will all have titanium frames, new rumor claims

Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra will all have titanium frames, new rumor claims

Samsung Galaxy S24 series, the next-gen flagship is yet to be announced. However, the leaks have already mushroomed with the latest being all about its renders and titanium frames that we will see across the entire series. Check out the story to know more!

Samsung Galaxy S24 series might be all about titanium

Looks like it’s not just the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max donning the titanium frames. If the latest leaks are to be believed, Samsung is expected to use titanium frames on all its Galaxy S24 models counting from Galaxy S24, S24+ to S24 Ultra. Turns out leakster Tech_Reve on X (formerly Twitter) has been vocal about this seemingly massive upgrade.

Unlike Apple which is kind of discriminated against with the non-Pro models, Samsung will use titanium frames across the series. Having a titanium frame over stainless steel or aluminum brings durability and shock resistance and with Corning Gorilla Glass protection on both front and back, the S24 series could be simply irresistible, especially for those who always drop their phones.

Tipster Ice Universe added only the S24 Ultra will get titanium frames but it remains to be seen. At the moment, this is just a rumor so we aren’t sealing the deal yet. We will have to wait till further confirmation comes in but I guess the wait won’t be much longer.


Samsung Galaxy S24 Leaked Renders

So it happened. We have our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S24 in this 360° render that shows the phone from every angle.

Samsung is highly likely to get done with rounded edges and use a flat frame for the upcoming Galaxy S24 series. As you can see, the S24 looks pretty insane with the purported flat frame made up of titanium*. It doesn’t just enhance its look but will bump up in-hand experience too.


The rear panel seems uncannily similar with its triple camera protruding above the panel without any camera island (say Samsung Galaxy S22). The phone is expected to have slightly different dimensions i.e. it will be taller. The bezels have reduced in size too which should give more screen real estate at your disposal. Samsung is also integrating an ultra-wide-band (UWB) onboard Galaxy S24 series that gives it the ability to connect with other UWB-enabled devices such as the latest Samsung Galaxy SmartTag 2.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Expected Specifications

There’s a high probability that you will guess the specifications of upcoming flagship phones based on the specs carried by their predecessors. Samsung Galaxy S24, the successor to S23, is expected to feature a 6.1” Dynamic AMOLED flat panel with up to 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. The AMOLED panels on Galaxy S devices have a reputation that precedes them for being accurate, sharp, vibrant, and with impressive peak brightness and Galaxy S24 won’t be any different.


Moving on, there’s a mystery around the chipset in use. Some high-profile leaksters have mentioned the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC will take centerstage for improved performance and efficiency. An Exynos 2400 SoC was recently spotted around the same time as the S24 series renders leaked which could be a hint that an Exynos 2400 variant might exist. However, we are inclining towards the Snapdragon-only option since Galaxy S23 pulled it off quite well.

Up to 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and OneUI 6 based on Android 14 are a few specs that complete the performance and software section. On the optics end, we have a 50MP primary, a 12MP ultrawide, and a 10MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom. Most certainly, Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will outrun the capabilities of both Galaxy S23 Ultra and Galaxy S24 given its highest rank in the flagship cadre once it releases.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S23 FE unveils with 4nm chipset, IP68 rating & 8GB RAM

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