As the first Galaxy S series phone to use LTPO technology, the S21 Ultra offers fine-grained control over the refresh rate and helps save battery power. In the S21 and S21+, only a few refresh rate options were available. Even the S23/23+ and the S22/S22+ are like that.

Ice Universe just reported that both the Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24+ will switch to LTPO in the near future. If you’re using Always On Display, this should reduce standby power consumption. In addition, The Cat says the new displays will feature narrower bezels.

We don’t know yet what the resolution of the displays will be. Are they going back to QHD+ like they were in the S20 series? At the moment, Samsung isn’t changing the selfie cameras, meaning the phones will reuse this year’s 12MP Dual Pixel sensors.

In addition to the rumors mentioned above, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to receive the biggest upgrades – a faster charging battery, a better telephoto camera, etc. The S24 and S24+ will still feel like flagships with higher-quality displays.