Samsung Galaxy S24+: AI In The Palm Of Your Hand [First Impressions]

The S24+ is not too dissimilar from the S23+, but now it has the power of AI.
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The Samsung Galaxy S24+ is the latest flagship phone from the Korean giant, and it’s part of the Galaxy S24 series, which comprises the S24 and S24 Ultra.

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The first thing that caught my eye was the stunning 6.7-inch QHD+ display, which is bright, sharp, and smooth thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate. The display now comes with LTPO tech, which can go as low as 1Hz to save battery life and jump to 120Hz when needed.

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The phone feels premium in the hand, with a sleek metal frame and a glass back that supports wireless charging. The design is not very different from the previous generation, but it still looks elegant and modern. The phone has a IP68 water and dust resistant rating, which is always a plus.

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One of the main selling points of the Galaxy S24+ is the Galaxy AI, which is Samsung’s suite of artificial intelligence features that aim to enhance the user experience. Galaxy AI can do things like translate text and calls in real time, edit photos with generative effects etc. I will spend some time and see whether this will end up as a gimmick.

The Galaxy S24+ is equipped with Exynos 2400 in this part of the world (other countries get Snapdragon 8 Gen 3), which should delivers smooth and fast performance in any task.

The phone has 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The battery is 4,900mAh, 200mAh more than the S23+ and supports 45W fast charging.

The triple-camera setup of the Galaxy S24+ is identical to the Galaxy S23+. The phone has a 50MP OIS main camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 10MP OIS telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom. The front camera is 12MP and supports 4K 30/60fps video recording.

I will be taking the phone for a spin, so check back later for my review of this AI-powered S24+.

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