The new Samsung Galaxy S24 model will not have a revolutionary new design – as similar as possible to the previous Galaxy S23.

SmartPrix reports that the Galaxy S24 is slightly taller and thinner than the S23, and the overall screen size is slightly larger at 6.17 inches rather than 6.1 inches. Three camera lenses are still visible on the back of the phone, which are rumored to have the same resolution as the S23: a 50-megapixel main, a 12-megapixel ultrawide, and a 10-megapixel telephoto with 3x optical zoom.

Leaker Ice Universe adds that the Galaxy S24’s screen is likely to have a resolution of 1080p with a maximum brightness of 2500 nits. The battery size is reportedly 4000mAh and the maximum fast charging speed is 25W.

SamMobile also reports that Samsung may once again equip the phone with its own Exynos processor in other global markets after using Snapdragon exclusively for the Galaxy S23.

Samsung may launch the Galaxy S24 a little earlier this year than the last two flagships, which were unveiled on February 1, 2023 and February 9, 2022. 9to5Google recently reported a forecast from the Ice Universe data leak, which checked the January 18 release date.