Thanks to the recently leaked renders, we’ve already seen the design of the Samsung Galaxy S24 & the Galaxy S24 Ultra. We now have the renders of the Samsung Galaxy S24+, the successor to the Galaxy S23+. As always, there is no change in the design language compared to the vanilla model, except for the dimensions. OnLeaks shared the renders in collaboration with Giznext.
As we can see, the Galaxy S24+ has the same flat frame design that the Galaxy S24 has. There is a vertically placed triple camera setup with no camera island and a flat panel with a hole punch cutout in the center. Apart from the flat sides, the Galaxy S24 and S24+ also come with slimmer bezels than their predecessors. As per Ice Universe, the bezels on the S24 & S24+ are slimmer than the latest iPhone 15 Pro series.
Ice Universe also revealed that the display on the Galaxy S24+ has a 2400 nits peak brightness, the same as the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Another interesting thing is the resolution. Instead of Full-HD+, the phone has a WQHD+ resolution, matching the S24 Ultra. This is not the first time the Plus version has a Quad-HD+ display. The Galaxy S20+ had a Quad-HD+ display as well. But then, for some reason, Samsung decided to go for a Full-HD+ display on the future Plus models.
Finally, speaking of the dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S24+, they are 158.5 x 75.9 x 7.75mm. Compared to the Samsung Galaxy S23+, the Galaxy S24+ is thicker (7.6mm vs. 7.75mm), taller (157.8mm vs. 158.5mm), and narrower (76.2mm vs. 75.9mm).