Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S24 series, internally codenamed ‘Muse’, is already making waves in the tech industry. This series is expected to be unveiled in February next year, following the launch of Samsung’s foldable phones next month. There is increasing anticipation surrounding the series, which reportedly comprises three models – the Galaxy S24 (Muse1), Galaxy S24 Plus (Muse2), and Galaxy S24 Ultra (Muse3).
Each iteration of Samsung’s flagship series has carried unique codenames, with ‘Hubble’, ‘Unbound’, ‘Rainbow’, and ‘Diamond’ being the monikers of the Galaxy S20, S21, S22, and S23 series respectively. ‘Muse’ is the latest addition to this lineup, marking a new chapter in Samsung’s smartphone journey.
The Galaxy S24 series is predicted to maintain a design language similar to the Galaxy S23 series, with its camera setup remaining essentially unchanged. However, software improvements are anticipated to enhance photography capabilities. Notably, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to introduce a 5x Optical Zoom feature, a significant upgrade from the 3x crop seen in previous models.
Powering the Galaxy S24 series is the highly anticipated Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, which is set to be unveiled at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit later this year. As the official launch draws nearer, more information about the design and specifications of the series is expected to emerge in early 2024.
The tech giant’s plans extend beyond the Galaxy S24 series, with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 foldable devices, along with the Galaxy Tab S9 series, also poised for unveiling at the upcoming Unpacked Event in South Korea next month.
Samsung’s commitment to offering top-of-the-line features and specifications remains evident in its upcoming releases. As anticipation mounts, enthusiasts worldwide eagerly await the arrival of the ‘Muse’ series and other innovative devices from Samsung’s stable.