Similar to the iPhone 15 Pro series, Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, is rumored to include a titanium frame. The Elec reports that South Korean tech is in talks with many Chinese manufacturers, including Solomo, to process the titanium frame for Samsung, and is in favor of using titanium rather than aluminum.

Additionally, it’s reported that the business is considering what consumers think about the new material’s use before implementing it on subsequent models—possibly starting with the Galaxy S25 series. Presently, Samsung has supplied more than 15 million S23 Ultra handsets worldwide, and it is reported that it produces an equivalent number of Galaxy S24 Ultra units. According to a number of speculations, the Galaxy S24 series might debut as early as January 2024.

Due to titanium’s higher cost and tougher nature, switching from aluminum to titanium is undoubtedly more expensive. This implies that the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s pricing may increase slightly. But, since aluminum is lighter than titanium, Samsung might not be able to reduce weight as much as Apple did with the iPhone 15 Pro by moving from stainless steel to titanium.

Regarding specifications, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to be powered in most markets by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, however some markets may receive the Exynos model. Additionally, it is reported that Samsung chose a 2K flat panel display as opposed to the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s curved panel.

With a 200 MP primary shooter, a 12 MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 10 MP periscope zoom lens, the camera is probably going to stay the same. It is reported that a 50 MP sensor will replace the 3x telephoto lens. The smartphone still has a 5,000 mAh battery that supports wireless charging and up to 45W rapid charging. Expected features on the device include the S-Pen and IP68 rating, which are standard on Samsung’s Ultra premium smartphones.

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