In a sneak peek ahead of the much-anticipated Galaxy S24 launch expected next month, official-looking renders have emerged, unveiling the smartphone in four vibrant color options. The Samsung Galaxy S24 Colors will be available in Onyx Black, Cobalt Violet, Marble Gray, and Amber Yellow. Exclusive to Samsung.com, the device will also feature three additional hues: blue, green, and orange.
The Galaxy S24 boasts a sleek design with a flat screen, symmetrical bezels, rounded corners, and a flat metal frame with antenna line cutouts. The back panel, too, is flat with a chamfered edge, while the power and volume buttons undergo a modern flattening treatment. Similar to its predecessor, the S24 and S24+ will feature an aluminum frame. The rear camera array mirrors that of the S23, showcasing a familiar design with LED flash placement.
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy S24 will come equipped with the Exynos 2400 SoC in certain markets, including Europe, while the US variant will sport the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Memory configurations include 8GB of RAM for the standard S24 and an upgraded 12GB for the S24+. Both models will feature a base storage of 128GB.
The 6.2-inch 1080×2340 LTPO OLED screen promises an immersive display with a 2,500-nit peak brightness and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Despite using the same camera setup as its predecessor, the S24 will run on Android 14 with One UI 6.1, focusing on AI-driven enhancements.
Improvements in the battery department include a 4,000 mAh battery, a 100 mAh increase from the previous model. However, charging speed remains at 25W, supplemented by 15W wireless charging. While missing out on Wi-Fi 7, the S24 will introduce satellite connectivity. The pricing is expected to align with the launch pricing of the S23 earlier this year.