Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S24 series next year, and popular leaker OnLeaks has revealed 3D renderings of the base model. The upcoming smartphone retains familiar elements from previous models but with some subtle design tweaks.
The Galaxy S24 will be slightly longer but narrower than its predecessor, the S23. It will have a UWB antenna on the side, a feature previously only found in the “Plus” and “Ultra” models. The rear design will likely remain the same, with three vertical sensors in the upper left corner. The most notable change is the switch from rounded to flat edges, similar to recent iPhones and the Xiaomi 13.
The Galaxy S24 will change things up with its flat edges, similar to recent iPhones and the Xiaomi 13. It will have a slightly larger 6.2-inch FHD OLED screen and a bigger 4000 mAh battery compared to the previous Galaxy S23. Samsung plans to launch it earlier than usual, possibly in January 2024.