With a new video promo, Samsung teases Galaxy S24 arrivaland has now confirmed that it will host the Galaxy Unpacked event on January 17. This little video offers a tour of the evolution of mobile phones, showcasing the designs of Samsung phones throughout the last forty years.
Samsung has finally confirmed its Winter Unpacked event, which will take place next to some of its largest rivals' headquarters and immediately following CES. It was previously announced that the event would take place on Wednesday, January 17. There is nothing that says "go big or go home" like an NHL arena, therefore it will be held in the SAP Center in San Jose.
Galaxy AI on a new Samsung Galaxy S24 teaser
Samsung's latest Galaxy phones are coming this year. The event is officially set for January 17, 2024, and it is anticipated that three new Galaxy S24 smartphone series will be unveiled at Samsung's inaugural Unpacked event.
The live stream for the launch event, which takes place in San Jose, will begin at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. Galaxy AI is the catchy moniker that Samsung is promoting, and we assume it refers to a light AI sprinkling across the software.
Samsung is already promoting the teaser campaign with a new video commercial. Samsung has now confirmed that it will host the Galaxy Unpacked event for its Galaxy S24 series on January 17. The brief video walks viewers through the evolution of mobile phones and highlights Samsung's product line over the previous forty years.
The adventure started in 1988 with the introduction of the innovative feature of making phone calls without requiring a wire through a traditional brick phone. Next, we have Samsung's first TV phone from 1999, which beamed live television signals using the Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) standard. The 2011 release of the first Galaxy Note, which invented the large-screen phone experience, was the next stop.
2014 then came, with the Galaxy S5 providing the general public with P67 water and dust resistance and the Galaxy S6 Edge introducing wireless card payments with Samsung Pay. The Galaxy Z Flip, which debuted with the Z Fold and pushed foldable smartphoneswith it, is the newest gadget on the list. The S24 Ultra's silhouette then hinted at a "new era of mobile" in the advertisement.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 line is anticipated to feature a lot of artificial intelligence (AI). According to leaks, these phones may share many features with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, including the ability to move and erase objects from images and perform live voice translation. They may also have some additional, more specialized features.
Three Galaxy S24 phones are anticipated from Samsung, according to leaks: a 6.2-inch S24 standard, a 6.7-inch S24+, and a 6.7-inch S24 Ultra. There are rumors that all three phones will have flat screens (no more curved glass borders) and equal bezels surrounding them (no more "chin" at the bottom) for the first time.
Although the designs don't appear to differ significantly from the S23 series, the S24 Ultra is said to include a new titanium frame in place of the aluminum one currently in use, as well as a boxier profile. Naturally, the S24 Ultra will have the most cameras—possibly five—as well as a S Pen and be able to record 4K video at 120 frames per second.
The three phones are expected to have the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 CPU and standard RAM (8GB or 12GB) and storage capacities (256GB, 512GB, and 1TB). Rumor has claimed that the battery life, at least on the S24 Ultra, may be increased from 4,855 mAh to 5,000 mAh.
The official release date and price will be announced on January 17. Rumor has it that Samsung may maintain the same pricing for the S23 series ($799 for the S23, $999 for the S23+, and $1,199 for the S23 Ultra) or reduce the price of the S24 and S24+ models by $50 and increase the price of the S24 Ultra.
On January 17, the Samsung Galaxy S24, along with its brothers, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, will all be available. Samsung has acknowledged this, but it has also acknowledged something far less encouraging by hinting at these phones.
Top executives from Samsung's mobile division will showcase the newest and finest technologies, including artificial intelligence, at this event, which is scheduled to take place in San Jose, California. The webcast will take place on January 18, 2024, at 2:00 AM MYT, as the event time is scheduled for January 17 in the US.
As soon as the livestream becomes accessible, you can watch it on the company's official website, Newsroom page, Facebook page, YouTube channel, and official website.