Samsung plans to equip all three Galaxy S24 smartphones with titanium frames, ahead of Apple, which uses this material only in its flagship iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max models. This was reported by the IXBT portal with reference to authoritative insider Revegnus.
According to the source, Samsung will independently produce titanium frames for the base model of the Galaxy S24 at its factory in Vietnam, and will turn to suppliers from other companies for the more expensive versions of the S24+ and S24 Ultra.
At the same time, Samsung’s closest competitor, Apple, only uses titanium in its two older iPhone models, while the other two base models offer aluminum frames.
So far, little is known about the Galaxy S24 smartphones. Earlier, renders of all models appeared online, showing that the new items will retain the design of their predecessors. The key external difference in the S24 Ultra will be the device’s transition to a flat display.
Smartphones are also credited with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chips or proprietary Exynos 2400, depending on the region. According to rumors, the flagship line will be presented earlier than usual – instead of February, the Galaxy Unpacked presentation may take place in January.