New details have emerged about the flagship Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. There is information that the smartphone will be offered with up to 2TB of internal storage.
More and more information is emerging about the flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra, which South Korean technology giant Samsung will launch in 2024. Finally, a reliable source shared some important details about the highly anticipated smartphone.
According to X user Revegnus (@Tech_Reve), the top version of the device will come with 2TB of storage. Samsung probably doesn’t want to lag behind Apple, which is rumored to be releasing 2TB versions of the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max.
The Chinese switched to 24 GB of RAM
The same source said that the base version could have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It is also expected to have a 12/256 GB variant of the device. The RAM capacity of the model, which will be offered with 2 TB of storage space, is not clear. It will most likely be 16GB.
It seems unlikely that Samsung will enter a race with its Chinese rivals, who currently offer 24 GB of RAM in their smartphones. Let us remind you that one of these phones is the recently introduced Realme GT5. You can find the details about the device from our news here.