As I said earlier today, Samsung is not only dealing with the camera quality or display quality of the Galaxy S24 series. There are more problems with the new devices than we had counted. A new finding has revealed that the Titanium material used to build the Galaxy S24 Ultra is of cheaper quality compared to the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Initially, everyone thought that Samsung had upgraded the quality of the material on the phone with much tougher and stronger Titanium. It turns out to be wrong, and now users are not happy with it.
The Titanium material used on the iPhone 15 Pro Max is Grade 5 Titanium material, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra uses Grade 2 or 3 metal material. It has been discovered by Jerry Rig Everything with the Moxtek’s XRF scanner. Further, it found out the frame of the S24 Ultra is much thicker than its competitor. It reveals Samsung might have spent $2 to $3 to build one unit, and iPhone 15 Pro Max had spent $10 to $15 to build one unit.
For your information, in many markets like in the US or Europe, both phones are selling for the same price. On the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung used Aluminium, and for the S24 Ultra, it used Titanium metal, which is a nice upgrade. All the new S24 lineup phones are currently available in major markets across the world.