There are nearly two months left until the Galaxy S24 will officially launch. Most users are eager to see what new Samsung will bring on its next-generation flagship. Previously, we saw a series of renders of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra. Now, the first real hands-on images of the Galaxy S24 Ultra have appeared, confirming that the phone will have a completely flat screen.
David Martin's account on social network X (formerly Twitter) posted the first real images of what is believed to be the Galaxy S24 Ultra. They look quite similar to the model that was leaked not too long ago, and there's not much difference between the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S23 Ultra, except for the completely flat screen.
The glass on the screen of the Galaxy S24 Ultra has very light lines, not as clear as in previous generations. It's clear that Samsung has long intended to return to flat screens as its high-end phone models become less and less curved. The curved screen may make the device thinner and more beautiful, but it also makes using the S Pen more inconvenient at the edges, as well as making it difficult to apply a screen protector.
The flat screen can overcome those disadvantages, but in return, the Galaxy S24 Ultra looks a bit thicker than before. The device also has the same camera cluster as the Galaxy S23 Ultra with four photo sensors, one additional sensor, and LED flash. The tip of the S Pen protrudes a bit, showing that this is probably a test model. Officially sold devices will certainly be much better finished.
Anyway, these are just leaked images. So they could be fake or a design prototype that Samsung won't choose. Everything will be revealed on January 17, 2024, at the Unpacked event taking place in San Jose, California, USA