According to Ice Universe, Samsung will use the Exynos 2400 for the Galaxy S24 series in Europe. According to another leakster, Setsuna Digital, the Samsung-designed chip will only be available for the Galaxy S24 and S24+.

According to Setsuna, the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in all markets. As a result, the Ultra will feel even more distinct from its smaller siblings. The S24 Ultra will have a base RAM and storage capacity of 8/128GB and a maximum storage capacity of 2TB.

While the vanilla S24 and S24+ are expected to adopt LTPO displays, they will probably still be inferior to the Ultra. Another thing to look forward to is a 3x telephoto camera (with a 50MP sensor), and perhaps a 65W charging speed, which will once again put the Ultra above the other two S-phones.

As for the Exynos 2400, it is expected to have a 10-core CPU with a Cortex-X4, two clusters of Cortex-A720, and finally four A520 cores. It will be based on RDNA 2, even though RDNA 3 is already available. It will be an Xclipse 940. However, the GPU will have twice as many compute units as the Xclipse 920 in the Exynos 2200. Other upgrades will include faster RAM and storage, a new Internet service provider, a new modem, etc.