Samsung will reduce the number of Galaxy S series flagships to just 2, removing the Plus model starting from the Galaxy S24 series, according to the latest report from the The Elec.
The report says that the Galaxy S24 project is called DM internally, and it only has DM1 and DM3, and the DM2 is missing, so Samsung could remove the Galaxy S24+ model from next year. It is not clear if the DM2 or the Galaxy S24+ model will be added to Samsung’s roadmap for 2024 since the launch is one year away.
Samsung always had a Plus model for its phones since the debut of Galaxy S8+ in 2017, a transition from the S7 edge series in 2016. It even introduced the S10e model, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra joined the S20 and S20+ in 2020.
A recent report said that the Galaxy A74 will be discontinued and the Galaxy S22 FE will replace it, and the company is also rumoured to discontinue the FE series next year, so the Galaxy S23 FE might not release.
Samsung has confirmed the launch of the Galaxy S23 series at an in-person event in San Francisco on February 1st. This will include the Galaxy S23, S23+ and the S23 Ultra models, as usual.