Double the storage space and more RAM for upcoming Samsung smartphones

Double the storage space and more RAM for upcoming Samsung smartphones

Do you find that your Samsung Galaxy S23 does not have enough RAM and not enough storage space? Good news: It is possible that the upcoming smartphones from the South Korean company, the Galaxy S24, will double its storage space and have more RAM.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra © Technizo Concept

During our tests, the Samsung Galaxy S23 won us over, as did its bigger brother, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. However, this does not mean that Samsung does not have something to improve. The brand is already working on its next smartphone and the new rumors claim that it will bring some obvious but welcome novelties.

Galaxy S24: More RAM and twice the storage for the next smartphone

According to insider Tarun Vats (@tarunvats33), Samsung is set to supply the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ with up to 12GB of RAM, while the Galaxy S24 Ultra could offer up to 16GB of RAM. The Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ can also double the base storage: 256GB, compared to 128GB currently.

If this information is correct, the Galaxy S24 can provide much-needed improvements in multitasking performance and significantly reduce loading times within apps and in-game, and having more storage space is a plus.

We can also expect the Samsung Galaxy S24 to launch in early 2024, along with the base model, Plus and Ultra. The three phones are rumored to feature a customized version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor and take advantage of UFS 4.1 storage.

They will likely run One UI 6 software based on Android 14. The Galaxy S24 Ultra may still use a 200MP camera sensor. According to information from Sam Lover’s website, Samsung plans to increase the refresh rate to 144Hz on its top model, the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

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