This means that Samsung only has the vanilla Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra models in the pipeline for 2024. To be precise, only “DM1” (Samsung Galaxy S24) and “DM3” (Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra) projects are in the works at Samsung, according to the report. Furthermore, it states that the “DM2” — Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus — model is nowhere in sight, at least for now.
Samsung Galaxy S24+ cancelled?
The Korean news outlet, citing Gfk figures, suggests the poor sales of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus are to blame for this shift, as it only accounted for 17 percent of Galaxy S22 series shipments last year. In comparison, the base and Ultra models set the sales chart on fire, accounting for 38 percent and 45 percent of 2022 shipments, respectively.
But that’s not all! Samsung will apparently trim the Galaxy A line of smartphones, axing the Galaxy A2x series for good. Strangely, the report further states that after sunsetting the Galaxy A2x lineup, Samsung will resurrect the Galaxy FE series in 2024 to cope with the “low-end product market.”
To recall, a report of Samsung killing the FE series recently appeared online, hinting that the Samsung Galaxy S22 FE could be the last Fan Edition from the company. It’s unclear what plans the company holds for the FE series, so we suggest you take this news with a pinch of salt.