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Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Rumored to Have Varied Storage Technology and Memory Capacity

Rumors surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 series have hinted at potential differences in storage technology and memory capacity among the different models.

According to South Korean leaker yeux1122, the base model of the Galaxy S24 is speculated to feature UFS 3.1 storage technology, while the rest of the lineup will come with the more advanced UFS 4.0. This means that the 128GB version of the Galaxy S24 may experience slightly lower performance compared to the other models.

UFS 4.0 offers faster sequential read and write speeds, as well as reduced power consumption compared to UFS 3.1. This results in quicker app and game load times, faster file saving, and improved performance for memory-intensive applications.

While UFS 3.1 may not make a significant difference for most users currently, the use of UFS 4.0 in the higher-end models of the Galaxy S24 series may provide a more future-proof option for consumers.

In addition to the potential differences in storage technology, the standard Galaxy S24 models are rumored to come with 8GB of RAM, while the Plus and Ultra versions are expected to have 12GB of RAM. There is also speculation that the vanilla models may also feature 12GB of RAM in certain regions.

Samsung is expected to officially unveil the Galaxy S24 series on January 17, providing more concrete details about the storage technology and memory capacity of the highly anticipated smartphones.