Samsung Galaxy S24 screen size for every model

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra hands on handheld front angled lock screen
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The Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus and Galaxy S24 Ultra have all been revealed at the first Samsung Galaxy Unpacked of 2024. And each model comes with display upgrades, and the standard and Plus have also got a boost in screen size. 

For our initial impressions of the phones, check out our hands-on Samsung Galaxy S24 review, hands-on Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus review and hands-on Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra review.

But for a deeper look at the Samsung Galaxy S24 screen sizes and specs, read on. 

Samsung Galaxy 24, Galaxy S24 Plus and Galaxy S24 Ultra screen specs

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Samsung Galaxy S24 specifications comparison
Header Cell - Column 0 Galaxy S24Galaxy S24 PlusGalaxy S24 Ultra
Refresh rate: 1Hz to 120Hz1Hz to 120Hz1Hz to 120Hz
Brightness: 2,600 nits2,600 nits2,600 nits

Samsung Galaxy S24 screen sizes and upgrades analyzed

Samsung Galaxy S24 hands on handheld front straight

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Both the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus have received a 0.1-inch display size upgrade without increasing their respective overall sizes; this is all thanks to slimmer bezels. So the Galaxy S24 has a 6.2-inch display and the Galaxy S24 Plus comes with a 6.7-inch screen. 

The two phones have also been given a bump in brightness and can now hit a peak brightness of 2,600 nits that should make their screens even easier to view on bright days. And unlike the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, the new Galaxy phones can now throttle down from 120Hz to a mere 1Hz, rather than 48Hz, which should help battery life when a high refresh rate isn't needed. As an extra, the Galaxy S24 Plus now has a QHD+ resolution display, up from the FHD+ panel of its predecessor. 

When it comes to the Galaxy S24 Ultra its 6.8-inch screen is largely unchanged in specs, but it now hits 2,600 nits of brightness, a solid upgrade over the 1,750 nits of the Galaxy S23 Ultra

However, the big change for the Galaxy S24 Ultra is it's screen is now flat rather than curved. Samsung's logic is that a flatter screen makes for more practical usable space when writing notes and doodling using the S Pen. 

Overall, the screens on the Galaxy S24 are rather impressive from our first impressions and look set to keep the high standards established with previous Galaxy S-series phones. 

Managing Editor, Mobile Computing

Roland Moore-Colyer is Managing Editor at TechRadar with a focus on phones and tablets, but a general interest in all things tech, especially those with a good story behind them. He can also be found writing about games, computers, and cars when the occasion arrives, and supports with the day-to-day running of TechRadar. When not at his desk Roland can be found wandering around London, often with a look of curiosity on his face and a nose for food markets.