Samsung Galaxy S24 Is Ready for Pre-Order: Here’s How to Get Samsung’s Best & Brightest Smartphone Online

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Start 2024 with a bang, thanks to Samsung’s newest flagship smartphones for the year. Enter the Samsung Galaxy S24, the tech company’s best and brightest mobile device.

Starting at $799.99, the Samsung Galaxy S24 models are available for pre-order at Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart with release on Jan. 31. There are unlocked models ready for pre-order, as well as models paired with mobile carriers, like T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T or US Cellular.

For 2024, the Samsung Galaxy Series smartphone comes with three varieties: S24, S24+ and S24 Ultra with storage sizes between 128GB and 1TB — depending on which model you pick.

In addition, there are a few interesting deals, if you pre-order now through samsung.com. You can get a free storage upgrade to the next tier of storage up to 1TB, or you can get up to $100 in Samsung Credit with pre-order. The South Korean tech company is even offering 20% off Samsung Care+ that comes with repairs, replacement and expert support, as well as protects against theft and loss. Learn more about Samsung Galaxy S24 deals and offers here.

In the meantime, scroll down to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S24 and how to reserve and pre-order yours, below:


Samsung Galaxy S24

With a 6.2-inch Dynamic LTPO AMOLED 2X display, the Samsung Galaxy S24 is the entry-level model. But don’t let that fool you. It’s super fast with the Qualcomm SM8650-AB Snapdragon 8 (Gen 3) chip inside, while it comes with 8GB of RAM paired with up to 256GB of on-board storage.

As for its camera, it comes with a triple-camera system with a 50-megapixel wide shooter, a 10-megapixel telephoto with a 12-megapixel ultrawide for sharper and crisper photos. It can even record video in glorious 4K at up to 60FPS (frames per second).

The Samsung Galaxy S24 starts at $799.99 and comes in seven colors, such as Sapphire Blue (pictured above), Onyx Black, Marble Gray and more.


Samsung Galaxy S24+

Want something bigger? The Samsung Galaxy S24+ features nearly the same phone and camera specs as the S24, but it has a larger 6.7-inch Dynamic LTPO AMOLED 2X display. It also has a longer battery life since it’s a larger mobile device.

The S24+ comes in seven colors: Jade Green (pictured above), Sandstone Orange, Cobalt Violet and more. It starts at $999.99.


Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Step up to ultra model with the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, which starts at $1299.99. It features a 6.8-inch Dynamic LTPO AMOLED 2X display, a Qualcomm SM8650-AC Snapdragon 8 (Gen 3) chipset and a titanium frame design (a first ever for Samsung). The smartphone also has a quad-camera system on its rear — a 200-megapixel wide, a 50-megapixel periscope telephoto, a 10-megapixel telephoto and 12-megapixel ultrawide — for ultra pro-level photos and video.

The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra even comes with the Samsung S-Pen stylus and comes in seven colors, including Titanium Yellow (pictured above), Titanium Black, Titanium Gray, Titanium Orange and more.

Meanwhile, each model runs the latest Android 14 and comes with Samsung Galaxy AI features, such as Circle to Search with Google advanced image search, Live Translate real-time call and text translations, AI Photo Editing to tweak and edit photos to look their best and much more.

Samsung Galaxy S24 models are available for pre-order now at Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart with release on Jan. 31. Prices start at $799.99 with activation from T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T or US Cellular.

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