The Galaxy S24 series is expected to look very similar to the Galaxy S23 line. However, the Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature a titanium build. For the 2025 lineup, the Galaxy S25 is rumored to undergo a design change. According to tipster Revegnus, Ilhwan Lee, the Design Team Leader of the Mobile eXperience (MX) division, has been tasked with giving the 2025 flagship Galaxy models a fresh feel.
Revegnus has also suggested that the Galaxy S25 Ultra will boast a 200MP primary camera with a new 1-inch image sensor featuring dual-pixel autofocus and an in-sensor crop zoom. Additionally, Samsung is expected to replace the 50MP ISOCELL GN3 image sensor on the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ with Sony image sensors. This could be a significant change for Samsung’s flagship line in 2025.
Whatever design changes are implemented for the Galaxy S25 line will likely influence Samsung’s Galaxy A mid-range series as well. Lee, who is a former designer with car maker Mercedes-Benz and the head of the Mobile eXperience (MX) Design Team, will be leading this effort after assuming the role in December 2022.
Samsung is reportedly looking to introduce the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra in 2024 on January 17th and release the phones on January 30th. Furthermore, there are rumors that Samsung may attempt to unveil and release the Galaxy S25 line even earlier in 2025. Additionally, there are speculations that some models in the Galaxy S25 lineup could be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 for Galaxy application processor built on TSMC’s 3nm process node.