Samsung to unveil Galaxy S24 series in January 2024 in San Francisco

Yordan, 12 October 2023

Samsung was reportedly planning an Unpacked event for the Galaxy S24 launch in early January, and new reports double down on the timeframe. According to industry insiders in South Korea, the new flagships will arrive “early next year,” and just like the last time, the event will be in San Francisco.

Samsung Galaxy S24 render Samsung Galaxy S24+ render
Samsung Galaxy S24 • Galaxy S24+ renders

The Korean source pointed out that the event will be a one-hour drive from Apple’s HQ in Cupertino. This is barely a surprise, as the Galaxy S23 lineup was also introduced there, and Samsung has a history of hosting its big launches in the US - the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4 debuted in New York.

Samsung hosted the last Unpacked in South Korea to promote its home country and its bid for Expo 2030, which could take place in Busan, the second-biggest city after Seoul.

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event in January 2024 to take place in San Francisco

At the event, we expect to see a trio of Galaxy S24 smartphones - the vanilla S24 and S24+ with a mixture of Exynos 2400 and Snpadragon 8 Gen 3 chipsets and a Galaxy S24 Ultra exclusively powered by the Qualcomm platform, which was recently spotted on Geekbench.

Source (in Korean)


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 13 Nov 2023
  • pd%

I'm sad we'll be disappointed. Exynos, good for chip competition, not good for users Expensive 8gen3. AI intrusive nonsense .. Some tiny change there and there, couldn't even call those improvements, just, changes.

  • thatsnatefromo9
  • 03 Nov 2023
  • va1

i have to say im looking forward to the s24 series with the exynos 2400, but the ultra design is getting old. i was actually excited to see what it would look like, just to see this again. it feels like the s23 series is being released all over again...

  • Anonymous
  • 29 Oct 2023
  • pd%

Spec are known quite surely already. And specs are sh.t Especially in Europe with tensynos 4nm. Maybe the ultra, but too expensive, so, no no no. Please, don't buy that !!!

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