There will be no Galaxy S24+ in 2024Report Election, Samsung is reviewing plans to reduce the number of smartphones in its Galaxy S series, which will drop the Plus model, according to the outlet.
So if this plan is executed, Galaxy S series will have only two models next year: Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra, According to the report, the Galaxy S24 project is currently under development and is internally called “DM”, and has two subprojects, “DM1” and “DM3”, missing “DM2” which would correspond to the Plus model .
Fewer models are expected to lead to better sales and profits
Election Explains what happens if Samsung decides to scrap the Galaxy S24+ and launch only two models flagship In 2024, this is due to the current state of the mobile market: The most popular models are either base or premium, except for the large base. The clearest example of this trend, according to ElectionIt is that the iPhone 14 Plus is the popular modest model, and Apple is already evaluating solutions for the next generation.
So, with the Galaxy S24+ being cut, Samsung will be looking for better sales and profit results with “only” two models, the base Galaxy S24 and . premium Galaxy S24 Ultra.
However, the Korean medium It is mentioned that since the launch of the Galaxy S24 series has been over a year and plans to cancel the Galaxy S24+ are still under review, This model can be added to later in the development process,
It was in 2020, Samsung switched to three models with the Galaxy S20 series. flagship In the S series, apart from introducing the Ultra nomenclature for the larger model. This change left the Plus model as the model in the middle, a larger version, but also lower than the larger Ultra, with similar technical features to the base model.
Counting down the Galaxy S23 series to be unveiled on February 1 after three generations, It will be in 2024 that Samsung will make another significant change to its main line flagshipaccording to information from ElectionAnd the Galaxy S23+ will be the last of its kind.
While there is still a year to go, we will be following Samsung’s move. Details and leaks will surely keep on surfacing.