The Galaxy S24 will be Samsung's next big launch, and the company is expected to bring several major improvements with its upcoming high-end phones. While the company isn't making major changes to the design, it will bring several quality-of-life improvements, including faster performance and longer battery life. The displays on the Galaxy S24 series are also getting a huge performance boost.
Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra to have 2,500 nits OLED screens
According to one more rumor, the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra will get much higher brightness, reaching as high as 2,500 nits. That's 42% brighter than the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. It is 25% brighter than the iPhone 15 series, which has phones that can reach a peak brightness of 2,000 nits. Apparently, all Galaxy S24 series phones use Samsung Display's M13 OLED panel with LTPO for variable refresh rate.
Samsung also seems to have improved the screen resolution of the Galaxy S24+ compared to the Galaxy S23+. The Galaxy S24+ will reportedly feature QHD+ resolution, a jump from the Galaxy S23+'s Full HD+ screen resolution. This will improve the sharpness of content, especially text. The base Galaxy S24 could stay with Full HD+ resolution, though.
The South Korean firm is expected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 For Galaxy processor for the Galaxy S24 Ultra globally. The Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ could use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 For Galaxy chip in Canada, China, and the US, while the other countries could get the Exynos 2400 versions of the phones. Samsung has already announced the Exynos 2400 but didn't reveal its detailed specifications.
Author's Note: Currently, only the Galaxy S23 Ultra features an LTPO OLED panel, allowing the refresh rate to vary from 1Hz to 120Hz, depending on the content displayed on the screen. The Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ feature LTPS OLED panels, bringing refresh rates to vary between 24Hz and 120Hz. An upgrade to an LTPO panel will allow the display to lower the refresh rate when possible, allowing more power savings thereby improving battery life.
So, the Galaxy S24 series phones could theoretically offer longer battery life compared to their predecessors, thanks to more power-efficient OLED panels and bigger batteries.