Samsung could say goodbye to a model of the Galaxy S series in 2024

Samsung could say goodbye to a model of the Galaxy S series in 2024

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Samsung’s Unpacked 2023, scheduled for February 1, could be the last we see a model from the Galaxy S family.

For several years, Samsung has been committed to providing three models of the S series: Galaxy S (the base), Galaxy S + (with a larger screen) and the Galaxy S Ultra (with greater camera features).

The Korean portal The Elec assures that Samsung would be thinking of deleting one of them.

Will Samsung say goodbye to the Galaxy S+?
According to what The Elec indicates, Samsung is planning not to launch a Galaxy S24+ in 2024.

This would be due to a “polarization of the cell phone market”, with the Galaxy S+ model losing ground by being located between the Galaxy S and Galaxy S Ultra.

Plans could change. This February 1 we will see the new Galaxy S, and a good performance of the potential Galaxy S23+ could give the model new airs.

As The Elec explains, parts for the 2024 Galaxy S24 series will still be laid out later this year.

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