Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra design has been leaked online, showcasing an array of new renders that give us a glimpse into the aesthetics of the company’s upcoming flagship smartphone. These renders suggest that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will come in seven different color options, providing users with a range of choices to suit their personal style. The renders also reveal a slightly flatter design that still maintains the familiar Samsung look and feel that users have come to love.
One notable feature exposed by the renders is the range of color options for the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. The standard color options, as predicted by Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) CEO Ross Young, include Black, Gray, Violet, and Yellow. These colors are expected to be available for all the smartphones in the Galaxy S24 series. However, Young also suggests that Samsung might offer three additional color options exclusively through their official store – Light Blue, Light Green, and Orange.
In a surprising announcement made by Qualcomm CEO Cristian Amon during an earnings call, it was revealed that some models in Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series will be equipped with the company’s own Exynos processors. This comes as a departure from the previous strategy of using Qualcomm processors for all models in the Galaxy S series. While the specific models that will feature Exynos chips remain uncertain, it indicates that Samsung is exploring a new approach when it comes to their flagship smartphones.
Qualcomm vs Exynos: The Battle of Processors
The choice between Qualcomm and Exynos processors has long been a point of debate among Samsung enthusiasts. Historically, Qualcomm’s mobile processors have been regarded as faster and more reliable than Samsung’s Exynos chips. However, Amon’s recent statement seems to suggest that Samsung is moving towards a more balanced approach, with both Qualcomm and Exynos chips being used in the Galaxy S24 series.
Reports indicate that there will be regional differences in the choice of processors for the Galaxy S24 series. It is speculated that the US models will be equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, which is expected to provide superior performance and capabilities. On the other hand, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is said to be the only model outside the US that will come with Qualcomm’s chip. This suggests that Samsung is reserving the top-of-the-line Ultra model for Qualcomm’s flagship processor in all markets.
As leaks and rumors continue to surface, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is shaping up to be an exciting addition to the Galaxy S series. The leaked designs showcase a fresh yet familiar design, while the inclusion of Exynos processors and the regional differences in processor choice add an interesting twist to the upcoming smartphone lineup. As we eagerly await more information, it remains to be seen how Samsung will strike a balance between the two processor options and deliver an exceptional user experience with the Galaxy S24 Ultra.