Samsung is gearing up to unleash its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S24 Series. It appears that these cutting-edge devices have already entered the production phase and are currently undergoing rigorous testing for various certifications.
The most recent leak centers around the 3C certification process in China, where some key specifications of the Galaxy S24 series have come to light. In terms of power, the Galaxy S24 (SM-S9210) is set to offer 25W fast charging, ensuring quick replenishment of its battery. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S24+ (SM-S9260) and Galaxy S24 Ultra (SM-S9280) will maintain the previous fast charging standard of 45W, maintaining the impressive charging speed seen in their predecessors.
Unfortunately, the 3C certification has not yielded many additional leaks beyond these charging details. However, prior leaks have unveiled some exciting specifications.
For instance, in the case of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, there are strong rumors suggesting it will feature a remarkable 200MP primary camera sensor, alongside a 50MP telephoto camera and a 10MP periscope camera, promising photography enthusiasts an exceptional imaging experience.
It’s also noteworthy that the entire Samsung Galaxy S24 Series lineup will be powered by either the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC or, depending on the specific region, the Exynos 2400. The choice of processors is poised to generate considerable discussion and anticipation among tech enthusiasts as the launch date approaches.