It has been widely rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S24 series will be launching in early 2024, but when exactly will it take place? According to a report from Korea, it has been suggested that the Galaxy S24’s launch will be held on the 17th of January next year in the US.
Interestingly enough, tipster Ice Universe had also claimed a launch in January 2024, but stated that it would be on the 18th of January, but chances are due to the time difference, both these reports could be correct.
The event will be held shortly after CES 2024, which means that during the tradeshow, Samsung will probably not show off the new phone, at least not to the public. As to why they won’t launch it at CES, the event will be so packed full of announcements from dozens of companies it’s easy to get lost in the mix, so having a separate, dedicated event would be better.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 series has also been rumored to see the return of the dual-chip strategy, where some regions will get the version powered by the Exynos 2400, while others will get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 version. There have also been reports that suggest that the Ultra variant of the phone will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 across all markets.
Source: SBS Biz