Samsung reportedly plans to sell nearly 16 million Galaxy S24 Ultra units in 2024
December 17, 2023

Samsung reportedly plans to sell nearly 16 million Galaxy S24 Ultra units in 2024

As usual at the end of every calendar year, this one is the focus of the fans Samsung is directed towards Galaxy S24 Ultra which arrives next month, and which the South Korean company expects to attract customers with a new titanium construction.

After reports of sales of the Galaxy S23 series reportedly exceeding 25 million units worldwide, Samsung plans to deliver 35.2 million units its new flagship lines around the world in 2024.

With the launch reportedly scheduled for January 17th, pre-orders for the Galaxy S24 lineup are assumed to begin on the same day, with a January 30th release date for the entire lineup – the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra.

According to a South Korean source TheElecSamsung’s market predictions show that consumers around the world will buy 13.5 million Galaxy S24 units, 5.8 million Galaxy S24+ devices, and even 15.9 million Galaxy S24 Ultra units. All three phones are said to be equipped with even brighter screens, with the panel on the Galaxy S24 Ultra offering up to 2600 nits of maximum brightness. Another advantage of this trio is expected to be new AI functions.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra has all the assets it needs to sell well

As usual, most attention is focused on the Galaxy S24 Ultra, which Samsung expects to attract buyers with a new titanium construction, an improved 200MP rear camera and the ability to record 8K video with 5x optical zoom. On the software side, it is expected OneUI 6 or 6.1 version, as well as own artificial intelligence called Gauss.

Currently, Galaxy S23 Ultra users can only record with digital zoom at 8K resolution. The top-of-the-line 2024 model will also have a 5,000mAh battery compared to the Galaxy S24’s 4,000mAh battery and the Galaxy S24+’s 4,900mAh battery.

Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ should use deca-core Exynos 2400 chipset in all markets except the USA and China; in those markets, these two phones will be equipped Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor (AP). The Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 AP under the hood in all markets globally.

If the rumors are true, Samsung is introducing the new flagship line two weeks before the Galaxy S23 series is unveiled this year, and the expected release date would be 18 days earlier than last year’s schedule. What is almost certain is that the entire S24 series will come with the same price as the previous one, but also with the addition of satellite text communication for emergencies, as well as the Apple competition from this year.

Samsung’s goal is to surprise the competition, led by the iPhone 15 line, by releasing this series earlier, and at the same time achieve additional sales that might otherwise end up with Apple.

Can Samsung meet its goal of shipping 35.2 million Galaxy S24 series devices in 2024? We hope to give you that answer next year at this same time.