Yesterday, Ice Universe reported that Samsung will be using the Exynos 2400 for the Galaxy S24 series in Europe. Now a different leakster, Setsuna Digital, claims that this isn’t quite true – only the Galaxy S24 and S24+ will be getting the Samsung-designed chip.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy in all markets, says Setsuna. This will make the separation between the Ultra and its smaller siblings feel even more pronounced.
Another report from yesterday suggests that the S24 Ultra will set the base RAM and storage at 8/128GB and that the maximum storage capacity will be increased to 2TB (it stands at 1TB for the S23 Ultra, though the minimum is 256GB, not 128GB).
The vanilla S24 and the S24+ are expected to finally adopt LTPO displays, but they will likely still be inferior to the Ultra (which is expected to hit 2,200 nits brightness). Then there are things like an upgrade 3x tele camera (with a 50MP sensor) and, perhaps, faster 65W charging, which will again push the Ultra above the other two S-phones.
Going back to the Exynos 2400 for a moment, it is expected to have a 10-core CPU with a Cortex-X4, then two clusters of Cortex-A720 and finally four A520 cores. The GPU will be an Xclipse 940 co-developed with AMD (based on RDNA 2 tech, allegedly, even though RDNA 3 is already available). The GPU will have twice as many compute units as the Xclipse 920 in the Exynos 2200, thoguh. There will be other upgrades like support for faster RAM and storage, new ISP, new modem and so on too.