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Where to preorder Samsung’s new Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra shown in four color options, standing upright with rear panel facing out.
The Galaxy S24 family arrives with new AI features to enhance photography, communication, and search. Here’s where you can preorder one. | Photo by Allison Johnson / The Verge

Following a spat of leaks, Samsung has unveiled its forthcoming set of flagship phones, detailing the new Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra at its latest Unpacked event. The new smartphones officially launch on January 31st and are available for preorder beginning today, with the base model starting at $799.99, the Plus model starting at $999.99, and the high-end Ultra handset going for $1,299.99.

In our early hands-on time with them, we haven’t noticed anything groundbreaking about the Galaxy S24 family’s hardware, though each phone boasts a slightly bigger battery and display than its predecessor. The Ultra now further justifies its premium price tag with a titanium build, and all of the displays are noticeably brighter. Instead of…

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