We have come across some amazing pieces of information regarding the Galaxy S24 series. The information has been sourced from a renowned tipster named Ice Universe. The source remarked in a tweet that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature a titanium frame. Separately, the tipster also shared the display size of the upcoming Galaxy S24+. Besides this information, we have also come across the battery specs of the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra just recently.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra will contain a titanium frame
Reportedly, the tipster claims that the Galaxy S24+ will feature a 6.65-inch display size in contrast to the 6.6-inch offered on the Galaxy S23+. Well, this is just a small difference. The overall size of the smartphone will be somewhat the same. The tipster has not shared any details about the bezels however, chances are that they could be reduced.
Well, this is all that the tipster has shared. Interestingly, the South Korean tech company is opting for a titanium frame just like the iPhone 15 Pro series as some rumors claim. If we have a look at the previous gen of iPhone 14 Pro series they featured a stainless steel frame. On the other hand, the Galaxy S23 Ultra features an aluminum frame. The recent pieces of information indicate that both companies will now shift to the titanium frame.
Well, this is quite good given the fact that titanium is stronger and lighter. It will be interesting to witness the weight changes in the new smartphones showcasing the titanium frames. When it comes to Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro models, both are quite heavy. Some users prefer such hefty devices while others don’t. It is quite strange to use a 6.1-inch smartphone with a 200g weight (iPhone 14 Pro).
On the other hand, the iPhone 14 Pro Max weighs around 240 grams. The Galaxy S23 Ultra weighs 234 grams. Well, this is all that we know until now. Things will surely become more clear with time since the next-gen iPhone 15 series are expected to arrive within the next few months and the Galaxy S24 series will debut in Q1 next year.
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