Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Launch Live Updates: Galaxy AI, 3 New Flagship Smartphones, Wearables And More

Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus and Galaxy S24 Ultra flagship smartphones will get launched at the Samsung Unpacked Event 2024 in California. Samsung will be streaming the Galaxy Unpacked event at 11:30 IST.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Launch Live Updates: The Galaxy S24 Ultra’s series design, camera, battery and key features of the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus. Follow live updates here.

Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus and Galaxy S24 Ultra flagship smartphones will get launched at the Samsung Unpacked Event 2024 in California. Along with the flagship Galaxy S24 series, Samsung will introduce Galaxy AI and is expected to showcase new AI innovations. Samsung will also launch a new Galaxy Watch along with Galaxy Buds earbuds.

Samsung will be streaming the Galaxy Unpacked event at 11:30 IST. You can follow the live updates at this space or you can head over to Samsung’s official YouTube channel.

As for the pricing, Galaxy S24 series could see a hike, with the base model starting at around Rs 70,000 going up to Rs 1,10,000 for the Galaxy S24 Ultra in India. Anything lower than these will allow the brand to aggressively compete with its rivals.

The new Galaxy S24 series promises a lot of new features, both hardware and AI additions. The company is likely to have three models once again, which includes the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Rumours hint at Samsung using its Exynos 2400 chipset for the Galaxy S24 and the Plus variant, while the Galaxy S24 Ultra comes with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset in most markets.

We expect the new smartphones to come with up to 16GB RAM and possibly 1TB of storage, going by what the market has been getting in the past year or so. Most of the excitement is likely to be reserved for the cameras at the new AI features from the company.

Samsung did a good job with the cameras on the Galaxy S23 series, especially on the Galaxy S23 Ultra and expectations are high for the incoming lineup. We are likely to see a 200MP sensor on the Ultra, while the other two carry an 108MP primary camera with better low-light and AI editing chops in tow.

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