Samsung Galaxy S24+ to finally bring back the WQHD+ display as measurements and weight leak
Recent Galaxy S24 Ultra reports have been rather divisive, with the next-gen flagship tipped to sport a wider display and thicker bezels. It seems, however, that the Galaxy S24+ may be the one to get next year, with a new rumor now claiming Samsung could equip the phone with a feature it previously removed.
According to leaker Ice Universe, the Galaxy S24+ will arrive next year with a WQHD+ display. While phones like the Galaxy S8+, S9+, S10+, and S20+ all featured 1440p displays, Samsung switched things up with the Galaxy S21 series, reserving the high-res display for the Ultra model. The S21+, S22+ and S23+ have all had to make do with 1080p screens but that finally looks set to change, with the S24+ reported to make a return back to a higher-res display. The display in question is also touted to offer a peak brightness of 2500 nits, identical to what has been reported about the S24 Ultra. It's unlikely, however, that the vanilla Galaxy S24 gets a similar treatment.
In addition, dimensions for the Galaxy S24+ have also surfaced. The flagship is tipped to weigh in at 195g, essentially the same as its predecessor. It gets a slight bump in thickness, however, to 7.7mm from the S23+'s 7.6mm. All in all, the S24+ looks set to maintain the same form factor as this year's model and will sport slimmer bezels than the Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Exclusive! Galaxy S24+, resolution 3120x1440, WQHD+ screen regression!— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) August 29, 2023
The first version of the Samsung Galaxy S24+ rendering, this time the S24+, the four sides including the middle frame are 2.5mm (S24 Ultra 3.4mm), the bezel part of the screen is about 1.5mm, and the middle frame is about 1.0mm. The rendering is as follows. The key is the top… pic.twitter.com/LhJesJIa74— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) August 29, 2023