Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Passes Certification Tests


Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Gets Certified, Expected to Launch Soon

Samsung has increased its preparations for the January 2024 release of the Galaxy S24. The business received BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification for the Ultra model last week, confirming dual-SIM capability for the phone in India. It now has a few additional regulatory approvals for the new flagship. The Galaxy S24 Ultra has just been approved by Thailand’s NBTC and South Korea’s Safety Korea.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra has received more regulatory approvals ahead of its debut

The Galaxy S24 Ultra has been approved by the NBTC with the same model number as the BIS, SM-S928B (via MySmartPrice). It is the phone’s international variant. The Korean version, SM-S928N, was tested and awarded the Safety Korea certification by the Korea Testing & Research Institute (KTR). The model number in the United States is SM-S928U. It should also start appearing in certification lists soon.

As is customary, these approvals don’t reveal anything about the item. It does, however, indicate that Samsung has completed development and is currently in the process of putting the product to market. Previously, the Korean behemoth was seen pursuing regulatory licences for accessories and components like as the S Pen and batteries. The Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+ should also gain regulatory approvals soon.

According to rumours, Samsung will unveil the new flagships on January 17, 2024. The debut event, dubbed Galaxy Unpacked by the business, will take place in Apple’s hometown of San Jose, California. Pre-orders for the phone will begin soon after its release, at least in some regions. According to reports, the Galaxy S24 series will be on public sale on January 30.

The upcoming Samsung flagship has already been photographed.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra’s market launch is still around two months away, but we’ve already seen it in real-life images. Leaked photographs verified the phone’s flat display and revealed its titanium frame. According to the information available, the handset is somewhat shorter and broader than the 2023 model. This is done to retain the display size at 6.8 inches after converting from a curved to a flat panel.

The other two Galaxy S24 models will not see significant design changes. For them, Samsung already utilised flat displays. However, there may be minor modifications in proportions. The Exynos 2400 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 (for Galaxy versions) will power the whole series. The Korean company intends to create the finest AI phones ever made. It’s even applied for the “AI Phone” trademark. More information regarding the phones should become available as the launch date approaches.

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