The year is coming to an end, and everyone in the tech community is eyeing Samsung’s forthcoming flagship lineup, the Galaxy S24 series, which is expected to debut in the first month of 2024. Recently, the colour options of the upcoming lineup were leaked on the internet. Today, we have spotted the vanilla Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus on the NBTC certification website with the SM-S921B/DS and SM-S926B/DS model number respectively.
The listing on the NBTC website confirms the moniker of the devices. Unfortunately, it doesn’t reveal any specifications of the smartphones. However, the recent listing on the FCC certification website, revealing that the Galaxy S24 will have UWB, 5G, and NFC support.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Expected Specifications
The standard Galaxy S24 is expected to flaunt a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Beneath the display will likely draw power from the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC or Samsung’s own Exynos 2400 SoC in some markets. It is also said to offer 8GB and 12GB RAM options coupled with up to 512GB storage capacity.
Furthermore, the device is expected to run on Android 14-based OneUI out of the box. In terms of optics, the Galaxy S24 is expected to pack a 50MP + 12MP + 10MP camera setup at the back and a 12MP selfie shooter at the front. It will likely get its juice from the 5000mAh battery paired with 25W fast charging support.
However, do keep in mind that the South Korean Conglomerate has not revealed any of these details, so take all this information with a grain of salt. Samsung will unveil its latest Galaxy S24 lineup at its Unpacked Event 2024, likely in January.