Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Unveiling Expected on January 17th

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Samsung is set to unveil the highly anticipated Galaxy S24 series on January 17 at the Galaxy Unpacked event.
Samsung is set to unveil the highly anticipated Galaxy S24 series on January 17 at the Galaxy Unpacked event.

Samsung is poised to reveal its highly anticipated Galaxy S24 lineup at the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for January 17. 

This launch may introduce the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra models, with possible sales in select regions before January ends.

Pre-order Perks and Leaked Offers:

Ahead of the event, details were leaked from a South Korean blogger on Naver hinting at pre-order bonuses for the Galaxy S24 series. 

Pre-orders could include a storage upgrade incentive, wherein customers who purchase the 512GB variant may receive an upgraded 1TB version, mirroring previous offers seen with the Galaxy S22 and S23 models.

Storage Variants and Additional Offers:

Reports from Sammobile suggest the Galaxy S24 lineup might offer variants with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and even 1TB storage options. 

Additionally, the Naver blog mentioned discounts on purchasing accompanying accessories like the Galaxy Buds FE and Galaxy Watch alongside pre-orders of the new Galaxy S24 series.

Leaked Features and Innovative Tools:

Recent leaks on social media platform X (formerly Twitter) have disclosed intriguing details about the Galaxy S24 series. Notably, the leaked marketing materials highlight “Generative Edit.” 

Described as a tool for effortlessly removing unwanted elements from photos, this feature parallels Google’s Magic Eraser. 

It is renowned for its ability to erase unwanted objects from images but requires Google Photos backup and an internet connection.

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