The latest leak of the Samsung Galaxy S24 reveals the phone’s design in full 360-degree renders. The renders suggest that the upcoming handset will feature a flat-edged look instead of the rounded edges seen in previous models. The leaked images, released by reputable leaker Steve McFly in partnership with the website SmartPrix, showcase a design that resembles the Galaxy S23 with vertically-aligned rear cameras and no surrounding camera block. Additionally, the renders showcase metal sides, similar to recent iPhones, rather than the colored sides of the Galaxy S23.
One interesting detail shown in the render is the presence of an ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna on the side of the phone. This suggests that the antenna will be visible on the outside of the Galaxy S24 instead of being hidden within the device, as seen in previous Galaxy models. The dimensions of the S24 are expected to be nearly identical to the S23, with a 6.1-inch AMOLED display featuring a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s worth noting that these renders are based on specifications and documents and may not accurately represent the final material and color choices.
In addition to the Galaxy S24, Steve McFly also leaked renders for the Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus in collaboration with GizNext. These renders show a similar design to the S24 and feature a metallic finish on the side frame. The dimensions of the S24 Plus are expected to be similar to its predecessor. Overall, these leaks provide an early glimpse into the design of the upcoming Galaxy S24 models, suggesting that they will retain many similarities to their predecessors while incorporating some notable changes.