Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus Set to Receive RAM Boost
In the world of smartphones, Samsung stands at the forefront of innovation and technological advancement. With the highly anticipated launch of the Galaxy S24 Series slated for January next year, the tech giant is gradually unraveling the groundbreaking features awaiting consumers.
In a strategic teaser campaign, Samsung recently unveiled a glimpse of the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s revolutionary camera zoom technology, hinting at a paradigm shift in smartphone photography. This comes on the heels of an earlier revelation showcasing the Exynos 2400 chipset, expected to power the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus, promising enhanced performance and efficiency.
While processors are undeniably pivotal in determining a smartphone’s capabilities, the amount of RAM is another critical aspect that draws considerable attention, particularly within the Android ecosystem. In previous iterations, the Galaxy S series standard and Plus versions have left some enthusiasts wanting, featuring a modest 8GB of RAM, even as mid-range phones in the 15-20 thousand INR range boast 12GB RAM.
However, the tides are set to change with the upcoming Galaxy S24 Plus. Recent sightings of the Korean variant, the Galaxy S24 Plus (SM-S926N) on Geekbench, have unveiled a substantial RAM upgrade. Equipped with 12GB of RAM and the Exynos 2400 chipset, this development signals a shift towards meeting the heightened expectations of performance-hungry users.
While the RAM configuration for the standard version of the Galaxy S24 is yet to be officially confirmed, the industry anticipates a similar enhancement to match its Plus counterpart.