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Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24+ get LTPO displays

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra was the first S-series device to feature an LTPO display. This technology provides fine-grained refresh rate control to help save battery capacity. The Galaxy S21 and S21+ stayed with traditional displays, which only supported significantly fewer refresh rate gradations. This applies to the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ as well as to the current S23 and S23+. But should finally change with the Samsung Galaxy S24 series.

Tipster Ice Universe just reported that both the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ will be moving to LTPO displays. Thanks to significantly lower refresh rates as low as 1 Hz, this should have a noticeable impact on standby power consumption when using the always-on display function. In addition, according to Ice Universe, the new displays will have a narrower frame.

On the other hand, there are no rumors about the resolution of the displays. Samsung currently uses an FHD+ resolution, while QHD+ was last used in the Galaxy S20 series. So far, the only thing known about the panels is that Samsung will not change the selfie cameras. Thus, the Galaxy S24 series will stick with the 12 megapixel dual pixel sensors of the S23 series.

According to various rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will get the biggest upgrades. That includes a new, faster-charging battery and the upcoming Exynos 2400 chipset. A new telephoto camera has also been a topic in the rumor mill several times.


Achim Maier
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