Leaked Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra specs, new cameras, snapdragon chip and titanium frame, what more?

The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra has been a subject of numerous leaks, and the latest information comes from Yogesh Brar, shedding light on key specifications for this upcoming flagship phone.

One notable change is the use of a titanium frame, following Apple’s lead. Interestingly, this shift to titanium won’t significantly impact the phone’s weight, as the new model is expected to be only 1g lighter, weighing in at 233g. In comparison, the iPhone Pros will lose some weight as they transition from heavier stainless steel.

Regarding the processor, while there were reports of Exynos making a return, it appears that this will be exclusive to the Galaxy S24 and S24+. The S24 Ultra, on the other hand, is expected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, presumably the boosted “for Galaxy” version.

The display is anticipated to be a 6.8″ LTPO AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution. There’s a possibility of a shift to a flat design, and the screen is reported to be exceptionally bright, with a peak brightness of 2,200 nits, a notable improvement over the S23 Ultra’s 1,750 nits. However, it’s worth noting that the bezels might be relatively thick.

One of the major upgrades comes in the camera department. The rear camera will house a new 200MP sensor (HP25X), maintaining its 1/1.3″ size but featuring improved autofocus along with 4-in-1 and 16-in-1 pixel binning. Additionally, the 3x telephoto camera will receive a new 50MP sensor (1/2.52″, 0.7µm pixels before binning), a significant upgrade from the previous 10MP 1/3.52″ sensor with 1.12µm pixels. However, the 12MP ultra-wide and the 12MP selfie camera are not expected to receive upgrades, and the periscope module will retain its 10MP sensor.

Contrary to some expectations, it seems that the rumored 65W charging will not materialize, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra will stick with its current 5,000mAh battery and 45W wired charging. As the S24 series won’t be released until next year, we can expect more reliable rumors in the coming months as the launch date approaches.

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