Samsung Galaxy S24 smartphone appears on FCC

Samsung Galaxy S24

The new Samsung Galaxy S24 range of smartphones is rumored to launch in January 2024, Samsung is rumored to be holding a press event for its next flagship on January 17th, and pre-orders are rumored to begin on January 18th, 2024 .

Now the new Samsung Galaxy S24 smartphone has been spotted on FCC and the device has now received FCC clearance and details of all the different models have been revealed.

Here are all the new Galaxy S24 models as revealed by SamMobile:

  • SM-S921B: Galaxy S24 (global)
  • SM-S926B: Galaxy S24+ (global)
  • SM-S928B: Galaxy S24 Ultra (global)
  • SM-S921U: Galaxy S24 (USA Carrier-Locked)
  • SM-S926U: Galaxy S24+ (USA Carrier-Locked)
  • SM-S928U: Galaxy S24 Ultra (USA Carrier-Locked)

The new range of Galaxy S24 smartphones next year will get various upgrades over the existing Galaxy S23 range, including a new processor, more RAM, updated cameras, and more.

Let’s take a look at what the tech giant has in store. There is speculation that the event will showcase the latest additions to Samsung’s product line, including the much-hyped Galaxy Fit 3 smartwatch. The event is usually the stage where Samsung unveils its latest innovations, so it’s not just smartphones that are generating excitement; There is talk about a range of other new devices that may come out. As soon as more details about these new offerings, especially the flagship products, emerge and we have concrete details about their specifications and features, we will share these updates immediately. The event marks an important moment for tech enthusiasts and industry watchers, who are anxiously waiting to see how Samsung will continue to shape the tech landscape in 2024.

Source sammobile

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