Samsung Galaxy S24 renders leak, rumoured to feature ultra wideband

Galaxy S24 Ultra renders also leaked online

If you were hoping for a complete design when Samsung’s Galaxy S24 launches in several months, you’ll likely need to wait a bit longer. Very familiar-looking leaked-based renders of the Galaxy S24 have been shared online by Onleaks and SmartPrix.

According to the renders, the Galaxy S24 is expected to feature a 6.17-inch display alongside corners that are a bit more rounded than its predecessor’s. The frame is also more squared-off, resulting in a device that looks similar in appearance to Apple’s iPhone 15 series.

The Galaxy S24 is rumoured to measure 147 x 70.5 x 7.6mm, making the device slightly taller and less wide than the Galaxy S23. The smartphone will also feature ultra wideband (UWB) support and Qualcomm’s unannounced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, up to 12GB of RAM, and a battery within 3,900-4,00mAh range.

Following the renders, OnLeaks also posted more information about the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is rumoured to feature a 6.8-inch display, and reportedly, Samsung has worked hard to reduce bezel size. Further, the handset is expected to feature a WQHD+ resolution once again and a quad-camera setup. The smartphone is also rumoured to include a titanium frame and weigh 233g, making it 1g lighter than its predecessor.

Further, the S24 Ultra will reportedly sport 2,200 nits of brightness and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

Samsung’s S series devices often release in January, so we still have a few months to go before we know for sure if any of the above rumours are accurate.

Source: Onleaks (2), SmartPrix (2)