According to yesterday’s Ice Universe rumor, Samsung will use the Exynos 2400 in Europe for its Galaxy S24 series. Then again, a different leaker, Setsuna Digital, believes that this isn’t exactly accurate and that only the Galaxy S24 and S24+ will receive the chip made by Samsung.
According to Setsuna, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will utilize the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy in all markets. The Ultra will feel significantly more distinct from its smaller brothers as a result of this.
Another source from yesterday claims that the S24 Ultra would come standard with 8/128GB of RAM and 2TB of storage (the S23 Ultra has 1TB of storage, but the minimum is 256GB, not 128GB), with the maximum storage capacity increasing to 2TB.
Although it is anticipated that the vanilla S24 and the S24+ will finally use LTPO displays, they will still likely be less brilliant than the Ultra (which is anticipated to reach 2,200 nits). The Ultra will once again outperform the other two S-phones thanks to features like an upgraded 3x tele camera (with a 50MP sensor) and maybe faster 65W charging.
Returning to the Exynos 2400, it is anticipated that it will include a 10-core CPU that consists of a Cortex-X4, two clusters of Cortex-A720, and then four A520 cores. The GPU, an Xclipse 940 created in collaboration with AMD (and purportedly based on RDNA 2 technology even though RDNA 3 is currently available), will be used. In contrast to the Xclipse 920 in the Exynos 2200, the GPU will have twice as many processing units. Other improvements include support for faster RAM and storage, a new Internet service provider, a new modem, and others.