Samsung is gearing up to boost Galaxy S24 sales, with the base model expected to start at $799.99, the base Galaxy S24 Plus at $999.99, and the base S24 Ultra at $1,199.99. The smartphone market is showing signs of recovery and Samsung aims to sell 10 percent more units than last year, which translates to over 33 million phones.
To cut costs, Samsung plans to bring back the in-house Exynos chip, a strategy that was abandoned with the Galaxy S23, which was powered entirely by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Additionally, the new phones are expected to come with a range of AI features, such as real-time call translation, photo editing tools, and generative AI wallpapers. Whether these features will help the Galaxy S24 series stand out from the competition is yet to be seen.
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will feature a new 50MP telephoto camera and a flat screen, while the standard and Plus models might come with larger batteries. Phones Canada will keep you updated on any new developments.