While the Pro iPhones this year may depart from the traditional flat sides, rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ will switch to flat sides from their previously curved edges.
“The middle frame design of the S24 and S24+ has changed, and it has become a vertical frame design similar to the iPhone,” Ice Universe, a trustworthy source, revealed on X on Friday.
The slightly curved frame of the Galaxy S24 Ultra distinguishes it from previous Ultra variants. It’s unusual, but it allows the corporation to demonstrate that it’s not scared to mix things up. Is it a new look or a trend-driven decision? Growing the display size by 0.1 inch and updating the OLED panel to 144Hz may appear to be minor modifications. Meanwhile, internals like as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and more RAM imply a focus on performance. But are these actually major leaps?
In addition, compared to their predecessors, Samsung chose flatter sides for the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Z Fold5. This could be due to the newly engineered hinge, which allows the Galaxy Z series to fold without a gap for the first time.
Despite having equal screen sizes, the Galaxy S devices appear less boxy because to the curved-back design than the iPhones, which have featured flat sides since the iPhone 12 range. The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, the most costly of the bunch, may also have a titanium frame, according to rumors.
The new camera system appears to be promising, with a purported 50MP telescopic lens and improved low-light shooting.Is it a fashion statement or a strategy to make the phone stand out?
Apart from that, Samsung may revert to its past practices of selling flagship products with two separate chipsets — Exynos and Snapdragon — for different regions.