Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra details revealed in new FCC filings

There have already been plenty of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, and we expect plenty more leaks as we head into 2024. It appears that Samsung’s upcoming phones have appeared in a regulatory filing, revealing even more details.

The Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra were all submitted for approval with the FCC. This means we can find out more about what chips and features each model will have.

The normal S24 and bigger S24 Plus might come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor in some areas. Normally, Samsung only uses Snapdragon chips in phones sold in America. But the FCC filings said the S24 and S24 Plus models for America connect to networks using Qualcomm’s modem. This part helps the phone connect to the internet and call people. Since Samsung only uses its own modems with its own Exynos chips, it looks like some S24 and S24 Plus phones worldwide may have a Snapdragon inside.

We heard rumors before that only American S24 and S24 Plus models would get Snapdragon. Others said only models outside America would use Samsung’s Exynos chip. Now it seems American phones will for sure have Snapdragon silicon. The big S24 Ultra looks like it will have Snapdragon worldwide though.

All three new Galaxy phones will support Bluetooth 5.3 and fast WiFi 6E. The S24 Ultra will also offer the next version of WiFi, called WiFi 7. It and the S24 Plus will have a feature called UWB to locate things nearby very accurately. Wireless charging and a stylus are confirmed for the Ultra model too.

The FCC listings give us a clearer idea of what to expect from the S24 series ahead of its rumored January launch, earlier than last year’s Galaxy S models.

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