The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is expected to be unveiled early next year. The South Korean smartphone brand has not yet released any details about the next Galaxy S series smartphones, but ahead of the release are CAD (computer-aided design) renders that suggest the design of the Galaxy S24+ has been leaked online. The upcoming model appears to follow a similar design language to that of the Galaxy S23+. It can be seen that the handset’s display has a punch-hole and there is a triple camera setup at the back.
The CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy S24+, leaked by tipster Steve Hemmerstofer (@OnLeaks) and Giznext, suggest a punch-hole flat display design on the screen that will house the single selfie shooter. At the back, it is seen with a triple camera unit. All three protruding camera rings are vertically aligned next to an LED flash. The power button and volume keys appear to be placed on the left spine of the smartphone. The power button could also serve as a fingerprint sensor.
The newly leaked images indicate that Samsung may remain familiar with the design of the Galaxy S24+. The design appears to be identical to that of the Galaxy S23+ and the rumored vanilla Galaxy S24. Based on this, we can expect the Galaxy S24+ to debut as a larger version of the entry-level model.
According to the report, the Galaxy S24+ will have a 6.7-inch flat screen. This would be a notable upgrade over the 6.6-inch screen of the Galaxy S23+. Samsung is said to have installed a UWB (Ultra-Wideband) antenna on the device, which is a major first for Samsung’s Galaxy S range. The upcoming phone is expected to be bigger and thicker than its predecessor, measuring 75.9 x 158.5 x 7.75mm. This year’s Galaxy S23+ measures 76.2 x 157.8 x 7.6 mm
The Galaxy S24+ is expected to officially launch early next year, alongside the standard Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Depending on the region, it is rumored to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC or the company’s in-house Exynos 2400 SoC.