Samsung Set to Address Major Issue with the Galaxy S24 Ultra

The Galaxy S24 Ultra stands out as one of Samsung’s finest creations, largely due to its remarkable camera, earning it a top spot among the best Android phones. However, the phone’s sharp corners have been a notable drawback. Excitingly, rumors suggest that Samsung might address this issue with the anticipated Galaxy S25 Ultra, expected to launch next year.

In 2022, Samsung decided to redesign the Galaxy S22 Ultra to incorporate a Note-style design, complete with an integrated S Pen. While this integration was aimed at enhancing the user experience, it has caused discomfort for many users, detracting from the overall enjoyment of the phone.

According to Ice Universe, a long-trusted and reliable source for Samsung leaks, the design of Samsung phones is about to undergo a significant change. Ice Universe, who has previously reported that the sharp, squared corners of the current design have caused hand discomfort, now claims that Samsung will be replacing these corners with much more rounded ones. The tipster emphasizes that the new corners will be “really rounded,” providing a more comfortable user experience. This change should be a relief for many users who have found the previous design uncomfortable.

Rounded corners are a familiar feature in the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus models, so this design element won’t seem revolutionary for Samsung. However, ensuring a consistent design across all three handsets in the series makes sense. It enhances ergonomics and reinforces a cohesive design philosophy.

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Long-term users of the Galaxy S24 Ultra may worry that the rounded corners could affect S Pen integration. However, this concern appears to be unfounded.

Interestingly, Samsung seems to still favor square corners. According to leaks, the rumored Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to feature sharp square corners. While it might seem inconsistent to drop square corners on one device and introduce them on another, only time will reveal Samsung’s final design choices.

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