Galaxy S24 series price leaked

Galaxy S24 series price leaked

Samsung is gearing up to unveil its Galaxy S24 series phones at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event next year. The anticipated lineup comprises three variations: Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Preceding the official announcement, online sources have revealed the European pricing for all three handsets.

Leaked Pricing for the Galaxy S24 Series

According to reports from GalaxyClub, Samsung is expected to align the pricing of the Galaxy S24 series with that of the Galaxy S23 series. However, there is a suggestion that the Galaxy S24 Ultra might witness a marginal price uptick compared to the Galaxy S23 Ultra. 

The report discloses that the Galaxy S24 with 128GB storage is projected to be priced at €899, while the 256GB variant is speculated to cost €959. The Galaxy S24+ is rumored to launch at €1149, with the 512GB variant potentially priced at €1269. As for the Galaxy S24 Ultra, it is expected to be slightly pricier than its predecessor, with the reported price for the 512GB model being €1569.

Expected Specifications for the Galaxy S24 Series

The base Galaxy S24 is anticipated to feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED 2x FHD+ display, a 50MP main camera supporting 8K video, up to 30x Space Zoom, 8GB of RAM, and storage options ranging from 128GB to 256GB. Reports suggest it will boast a 4,000mAh battery, charging to 50% in just 30 minutes.

The Galaxy S24+ model is speculated to share a similar camera system but with a larger 6.7-inch AMOLED 2x QHD+ display, a 4,900mAh battery (charging 65% in 30 minutes), 12GB of RAM, and storage options of 256GB or 512GB.

The flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra may feature a titanium body, an advanced camera system including a 200MP main lens, 10x quad telephoto, and 100x Space Zoom, a 6.8-inch AMOLED 2x QHD+ display, and a 5,000mAh battery. 

All three models are expected to support up to 2,600 nits of display brightness, have IP68 water resistance, and may incorporate Samsung's Gauss generative AI system, processing on-device GAI with the latest Snapdragon chipset.

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