Top-tier Samsung smartphones usually have an Armor Aluminum chassis, a material that outlasts standard aluminum while also giving the phone a more premium feel.
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In terms of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, there is speculation that the Korean conglomerate will up its game by including a titanium frame.
Titanium, with a density and strength nearly four times that of aluminum, is expected to provide superior resistance to daily wear and tear, such as dings and scratches.
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Weight: 233g
although titanium alloy middle frame is adopted.
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) August 17, 2023
Changing to a denser material for the central frame would normally result in increased weight; however, it appears that this will not be the case with the Galaxy S24 Ultra.
According to Ice Universe, a prominent Samsung insider, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to weigh 233g, which is 1g less than the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The iPhone 14 Pro Max, on the other hand, is made of stainless steel and weighs 240g.
Although the weight difference is only six grams when compared to the S23 Ultra, it contributes to an unwieldy and less manageable one-handed operation.
Intriguingly, there are reports that Apple plans to use titanium chassis in its upcoming iPhone 15 Pro series this year, potentially resulting in lighter devices than the 2023 models.
Aside from the titanium chassis, we’ll also get a larger 50MP telephoto camera with 3x zoom. Aside from being able to capture higher-quality images at 3x zoom, the 50MP sensor is expected to improve image quality at zoom levels ranging from 4x to 9.9x.
Rumors about the Galaxy S24 lineup also include a possible return to using Exynos processors in specific markets, the incorporation of an upgraded generation AMOLED panel, and the implementation of accelerated charging speeds.
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