Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Revealed in a Short Hands-On Video; Flat Screen Design Confirmed

Sohail Akhtar

In a recently surfaced hands-on video, Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra takes center stage, showcasing its perfectly flat screen and sleek design. The brief 15-second clip offers a tangible look at the device, dispelling any doubts about its aesthetics. The video confirms the absence of screen curves in the latest Samsung flagship.

While leaks have painted a complete picture in recent months, this hands-on video adds a unique perspective, emphasizing the Galaxy S24 Ultra's flat-screen design. Samsung is steering its entire Galaxy lineup toward flat bezel-less panels.

The video accentuates the device's flat and sharp frame, retaining the centered hole punch for the front camera. The absence of noticeable curves underscores Samsung's commitment to a flat-screen future, a design evolution that has gradually unfolded over the past few flagship iterations.

Despite the video's brevity, it reaffirms the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s unrivaled power and premium build quality. While details about the back panel and titanium construction are elusive in this clip, the in-hand look proves the Samsung flagship new model's dominance in the design category.

Notably, the leaked video, initially posted on Ice Universe's X feed, has since been removed, indicating the likelihood of its authenticity. Although there's no absolute certainty about the Video’s legitimacy, its brief appearance provides an intriguing glimpse into what Samsung enthusiasts can expect.

As anticipation builds for Samsung's January 17 Unpacked event, the leaked specifications are further fueling the excitement. The device likely packs a 6.8-inch 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, a quad-camera system, a robust 5,000mAh battery, and an S-pen inside the chassis.


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