Galaxy S24 Series launch event to be hosted in San Josė this time

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Samsung enthusiasts now have another reason to mark their calendars, as the official launch date of the Galaxy S24 series is nearly confirmed at this point and now there’s a rumor about the venue. The highly anticipated Unpacked event will reportedly take place in San Josė on January 17 and will be streamed live.

The choice of location for this event has piqued the interest of fans, as Samsung is known for selecting iconic venues. Earlier reports mentioned San Francisco as the host city. However, the latest update from renowned leaker Max Jambor intriguingly adds the possibility of San Josė. It has created an air of mystery around the event.

Samsung’s Unpacked events have always been a spectacle, and the Galaxy S24 series launch is expected to be no different. In recent years, the tech giant has opted for virtual or hybrid events. With its most recent event taking place in Seoul, South Korea. The next live keynote will return to center stage to unveil the next generation of flagship phones.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is likely to get the spotlight regardless of the launch venue

The spotlight at this event is likely to shine brightest on the Galaxy S24 Ultra model. It’s expected to feature a larger periscope camera sensor. It will also bring one of the brightest displays ever seen on a phone along with a new design. The Galaxy S24 Ultra seems to be one of the big players among the contenders of next year.

One of the most anticipated aspects of the Galaxy S24 series is the use of Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. This powerful chip is expected to be available worldwide, including in Europe, and will further boost the device’s performance.

As the launch date draws nearer, Samsung fans and tech enthusiasts can eagerly anticipate the unveiling of the Galaxy S24 series on January 17. Whether it takes place in San Josė or San Francisco, this event promises to be a spectacle. Because it’s meant to be, to showcase the future of Samsung’s flagship devices.