Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra leaked via marketing posters in Brazil

Can't catch Samsung Galaxy S24 leaks. The next-generation smartphone series will be officially announced on January 17, 2024, but all its features have been leaked through multiple sources. Now, a clear image of the Galaxy S24 Ultra has been leaked via a marketing poster.

Galaxy S24 Ultra design leaked via posters in Brazil

Several retail stores in Brazil have started displaying the Galaxy S24 Ultra through posters. There was one such event Captured and posted on X (via @sondesix), and it clearly shows the design, cameras, S Pen and the word 'Galaxy AI'. In the picture below, you can see the Galaxy S24 Ultra in its Titanium Gray version. You can also see the phone's quad-camera setup with its laser autofocus unit. You can also check out the color-matched S Pen stylus. It looks like there are two microphones on top of the phone. The phone appears to use a metal frame, with the antenna line at the top of the phone's frame, and several leaks point to a titanium frame for added strength.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

The poster mentions Galaxy AI, a suite of AI and generative AI-powered features that will be available in the Galaxy S24 series. The statement below the image of the phone reads, “Just illustrative pictures. Samsung Account login may be required to access some AI features. The S Pen is compatible with the S24 Ultra but not the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+. Availability of colors and models may vary by stock and/or channel.

A UI 6.1 to bring many of the AI ​​and Generative AI features introduced in the Galaxy S24 series

Samsung is launching the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra with Android 14-based One UI 6.1 pre-installed. All three phones will have a host of AI-powered features including direct language translation during voice calls, a generative-AI-powered wallpaper generator and weather effects for lock screen wallpaper, note summarization on Samsung Notes, voice tagging and up to ten transliterations. Voice recordings, and generative AI complement the images.

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