According to well-known tipster Ice Universe, the decision has been made: In February 2024 in Europe we will get Samsung Galaxy S24 models with Exynos 2400 chipsets. The new processor comes with a Cortex-X4 Prime core with a peak clock speed of 3.16 GHz. There are also two Cortex-A720 performance cores with 2.9 GHz, three more Cortex-A720 with 2.6 GHz and finally four Cortex-A520 efficiency cores with 1.95 GHz. The specs are consistent with a previous leak.
Accordingly, markets outside of Europe would get Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip with a similar CPU configuration. Ice Universe also said that the Galaxy S24, S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra will have displays with a peak brightness of 2,500 nits, also confirming existing rumours. Finally, the Galaxy S24+ will have a screen resolution of 3,120 x 1,440 pixels, according to the report.
Another tipster also dug up the storage options of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. The good news is that the Samsung phone can probably be configured with up to 2 TB of internal storage. However, the basic variant should continue to have 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, which is no longer sufficient in this price range. Even mid-range models now use 256 GB as the base memory.
In addition, the smallest version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra already had 8/256 GB on board. Samsung could therefore either lower the starting price of the Galaxy S24 Ultra or leave the base version at 8/256GB. But the 256 GB variant should have at least 12 GB of RAM on board.