Galaxy S24 Series Chipset Update
Yesterday, renowned leaker Ice Universe shared information about Samsung’s plan to use the Exynos 2400 chipset for the Galaxy S24 series in Europe. However, a different leakster named Setsuna Digital has contradicted this claim. According to Setsuna, only the Galaxy S24 and S24+ models will feature the Samsung-designed chip.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra
Setsuna Digital reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will instead be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy chipset in all markets. This decision emphasizes the differentiation between the Ultra model and its smaller counterparts.
Key Features of the S24 Ultra
Another report from yesterday suggests that the S24 Ultra will come with a base RAM and storage configuration of 8/128GB, while the maximum storage capacity can be increased to 2TB. For comparison, the previous S23 Ultra offered a maximum of 1TB storage, with a minimum of 256GB. Additionally, the S24 Ultra is expected to feature an LTPO display, offering enhanced performance compared to the vanilla S24 and S24+ models. The Ultra model might achieve a brightness level of 2,200 nits. Other anticipated upgrades include a 3x tele camera with a 50MP sensor and possibly faster 65W charging, further differentiating the Ultra from the other S-series phones.
About the Exynos 2400 Chipset
The Exynos 2400 chipset is rumored to feature a 10-core CPU consisting of a Cortex-X4 core, two clusters of Cortex-A720 cores, and four A520 cores. The GPU will be an Xclipse 940, co-developed with AMD utilizing RDNA 2 technology (despite the availability of the newer RDNA 3). The Exynos 2400’s GPU is expected to have twice the number of compute units compared to its predecessor, the Xclipse 920 in the Exynos 2200. In addition to these improvements, the Exynos 2400 will offer support for faster RAM and storage, a new ISP, and a new modem.