The constant search for technological innovation continues to drive large companies to push limits in the world of smartphones. In this sense, Samsung is preparing to take a bold step with the next launch of its flagship: the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra.
It is rumored that this device could set a new standard in storage, becoming the first smartphone in history to offer a staggering 2 terabytes (TB) of internal capacity.
While the official unveiling of the next generation of the Galaxy line is scheduled for early 2024, intriguing details about the Galaxy S24 Ultra are already beginning to emerge. The information comes from sources close to the industry, with insider @Tech_Reve leading the conversation.
According to this source, quoted in Gagadget, Samsung is working hard to take the user experience to new horizons by incorporating impressive storage space into its flagship device. In fact, rumors suggest that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will reach the historical mark of 2 TB of storage.
It is worth remembering that the current record for smartphone storage capacity is 1TB, set by the Smartisan R1 in May 2018. Since then, the industry has witnessed more than thirty devices that have embraced this maximum level of storage.
Is the “basic” version suitable?
Despite the marvelous storage feat, Samsung also makes sure the Galaxy S24 Ultra doesn’t disappoint in other crucial areas. The basic version of this device is expected to be equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, ensuring smooth performance and enough space for daily needs.
However, the competition is constantly on the move, and the titans of the industry are not about to easily give up their place at the top. While the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is eagerly anticipated, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 Pro is also positioning itself as a strong contender in the battle for innovation.
With its unveiling due in a few weeks, the world is waiting to see if Apple could wrest the title of first to achieve 2TB of storage in a smartphone from Samsung.