We are on the verge of the debut of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, but there is already a story going around about the Galaxy S24 series. According to The Elec, Samsung is considering lowering the number of Galaxy S24 versions from three to two in the near future. There is a possibility that the S24 may not be available in any flavor other than vanilla or ultra, and that the Plus variation will be omitted entirely.
It is said in the article that Samsung’s employees use the codename “DM” to refer to the Galaxy S24. There were two projects that were spotted: DM1 and DM3, but there was no “DM2.” It is believed that DM1 and DM3 may relate to the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra, respectively.
The possibility exists, according to one school of thought, that Samsung may resume making references to a “DM2” in the time leading up to the launch of the S24 family of products. This could go either way given how early it is in the creation of a device that will successor a lineup that isn’t even out on the market yet. It is even feasible for Samsung to wait until a later stage in development to make a decision after observing how the market acts in the build-up to the Galaxy S lineup for the following year.
It has been stated that Samsung is also taking into consideration the amount of different versions available in the Galaxy A series. To be more specific, Samsung “may” preserve the A1, A3, and A5, but it is “likely” going to get rid of the A2.
At the Galaxy Unpacked event that will take place on February 1 in San Francisco, Samsung is planning to make announcements on the Galaxy S23 family of smartphones. The Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra are anticipated to be released, with the latter variant having a 200MP camera. There is a possibility that Samsung may also reveal new laptops at the same event.