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Samsung Started testing Galaxy S24 series phones

Every year, Galaxy S series phones come with a lot of hype. The current latest Galaxy S23 series phones are still one of the easy picks for most of the users. Though Galaxy phones aren’t specifically for full time gamers, they come with the most powerful hardware. The Galaxy S23 series offers the customized version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This time, Samsung picked the upgraded version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

We previously got rumors that Samsung started working on their upcoming Galaxy S24 series. But this time, it’s confirmed. The alleged Galaxy S24+ was spotted on the Geekbench browser website. The engineering name of the device is samsung SM-S926U. Alongside the codename, it revealed some of the key specifications of the device.

A part of the screenshot taken from Geekbench website showering the Android version and Device codename of Galaxy S24 +

The alleged Galaxy S24+ features the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. Though the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 hasn’t been announced yet. But it will be announced before the launch of the Galaxy S24 series.

The Galaxy S24+ might be using the overclocked version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 with the max clock speed of 3.30GHz. This isn’t a huge jump from its Predecessor that offers maximum 3.20GHz clock speed. It seems that Qualcomm understands that there are other areas to improve rather than increasing the clock speed of the CPU.

A part of the screenshot taken from Geekbench website showering the Chipset configuration of Galaxy S24 +

The test unit is equipped with 8GB RAM. There will be more memory versions. The test unit of Galaxy S24+ is OneUi 6 based on Android 14. It seems that the Galaxy S24 series will come with the latest Android 14 along with the latest OneUi skin on top of it.

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Muhammad Minhaz

Highly Interested in technology specially in Smartphone. Spend most of the time of his day exploring the ever-growing smartphone industry. Writer and Owner of AndroidStory.

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