Last week, we were able to confirm that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a 1TB storage option. We said the Galaxy S24 series may hold no storage surprises, but new information suggests otherwise. And if the data is accurate, Samsung sure has a big surprise in store for future Galaxy S24 Ultra buyers.
According to a new rumor (via @Tech_Reve), Samsung is planning a Galaxy S24 Ultra variant that boasts 2TB of storage. As yet, there are no other details about this variant and whether it has 12GB of RAM or more, but needless to say, 2TB of storage should be enough for even the most demanding users and content creators.
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At the other end of the spectrum, a 128GB model might exist
In addition to this bit of information, the source also suggests that Samsung might bring back the 128GB + 8GB memory configuration for the most affordable Galaxy S24 Ultra model.
If true, this seems like a step backward, given that the Galaxy S23 Ultra starts at 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. And especially considering that Samsung doesn't manufacture 128GB storage solutions based on the UFS 4.0 standard. Assuming the company won't change this, the rumor essentially suggests that some Galaxy S24 Ultra models will have UFS 3.1 storage while others will boast UFS 4.0.
This already happened with the base Galaxy S23 model featuring 128GB, but not the Plus and Ultra variants, which start at 256GB.
On the other hand, a 128GB Galaxy S24 Ultra could keep the entry-level price down, so it's not all that bad, especially since the company will supposedly offer 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB options for customers who can afford it and/or need the extra storage.
Do take this information about both the 128GB and 2TB variants with a pinch of salt. Even if we assume that 128GB and 2TB variants exist somewhere in Samsung's development labs, things can always change before release. Even the Galaxy S24 series' codename changed from “Muse” to “Eureka” during development.