A new report from a reputable source when it comes to Samsung leaks suggests that the company will bring the Galaxy S24, S24+ and 24 Ultra closer together in terms of displays. Apparently the Korean tech giant has decided to integrate its latest and greatest technology into all three models. And not just putting it in the ultra, as has been the case in recent years.
The post on X (formerly known as Twitter) reveals that all three models will feature LTPO-M13 displays with a peak brightness of 2,500 nits. In recent years, only the Ultras have had LTPO panels with higher brightness, like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra recently. With the Galaxy S24 series, the only differences will be in the display resolution and of course the size.
This means that the basic models should finally offer a variable refresh rate. The peak brightness of 2,500 nits likely refers to playing HDR content. Nevertheless, the value is extremely high. The Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24+ have been advertised as flagship smartphones for years, so Samsung is finally following up on its marketing promises with the appropriate hardware.
Samsung Galaxy S24: Four main colors
There was also a new leak about the color options of the Samsung Galaxy S24 series. The color palette is mixed up every year and in 2024 black, gray, purple and yellow are supposedly waiting. The first two are standard and are usually marketed as Phantom Black and Graphite. The Galaxy S23 series also features fairly pale lavender and lime tones that don’t really match the remaining two options. The new Galaxy S23 FE has a purple option, which might not quite hit the nail on the head either.
The last time Samsung released a purple Galaxy S was with the Galaxy S21 series. For something yellow, you have to look all the way back to the Galaxy S10e. The four core colors will certainly be joined by several exclusive Samsung.com shades, but there is no information on that yet.
Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+ and S24 Ultra will have new titanium frames that will look different than the current Armor Aluminum. This would allow all four colors to receive slight adjustments to provide the same overall impression. The S24 series is expected to launch with One UI 6.1 in January and has already undergone several Geekbench tests in the last few weeks.