Samsung bundled the S Pen stylus with the previous two generations of S series Ultra handsets - the Galaxy S23 Ultra and S22 Ultra.
The S Pen was previously offered with the separate Note series, but Samsung scrapped it.
The S Pen has been certified by Anatel, a Brazilian regulatory body, indicating its use in another phone-stylus combo next year.
The Galaxy S24 series will use either Qualcomm's Snapdragon chip or Samsung's own Exynos, depending on the region and handset model.
The flagship S24 Ultra is expected to exclusively use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC.
The Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Plus models may use either the Snapdragon chip or the Exynos 2400, depending on the region.
The Galaxy S24 series will be available in at least seven different colors, including black, grey, violet, yellow, green, blue, and orange.
The S24 Ultra may also be available in a golden finish.
The Samsung Galaxy S24 Unpacked launch event is expected to take place in January.
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