Samsung Galaxy A24: The entry-level spec sheet is taking shape

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Indeed, if there is much talk about the Galaxy S23, it will be the Galaxy A range that will sell the most. The South Korean company is expected primarily in the entry-level segment, where there is no shortage of competition.

Renderings of the Galaxy A24 have already been leaked online, but now it’s the turn of the spec sheet to reveal much of its secrets. It should be available in 4G and 5G versions, but it’s the first that interests us today.

The Galaxy A23 5G.

The Galaxy A23 5G.

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The phone actually appeared on the Geekbench website under the name “Samsung SM-A245F”, which made it possible to learn more about the material used. The set should run thanks to a MediaTek Helio G99 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM, while previous rumors mentioned an Exynos 7904.

This octa-core chipset makes do with 4G, but promises quite decent multitasking performance. Notably, it’s capable of supporting screen refresh rates of up to 120Hz, a photo sensor of up to 108 megapixels, and displaying Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.2 compatibility. It scored 561 in single-core and 1947 in multi-core. It will obviously benefit from the latest Android 13 improvements and the One UI 5.0 overlay.

Two different versions

According to The Tech Outlook, the Galaxy A24 4G should be equipped with a 6.4-inch Super Amoled screen in Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels), but a refresh rate is not specified. The leaked graphics suggest a slightly dated teardrop notch. This is a nice step up to the higher end, however, as the Galaxy A23 and A23 5G made do with LCD panels.

As for the photo, Samsung would have opted for a 48-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. On the front we would have a 16 megapixel sensor. An LED flash accompanies everything.

Autonomy would be guaranteed by a 4000mAh battery, while last year’s two models had 5000mAh batteries. A surprising choice, perhaps explained by the desire to balance the costs increased by choosing an Amoled panel, necessarily more expensive. The smartphone will eventually be available in four colors: black, red, green and silver.

Information on the 5G version will follow shortly. We expect a different SoC, of ​​course, but that could apply to the rest of the spec sheet as well. The Galaxy Club page notably mentions a 5000mAh battery and a 50MP main sensor. We should be fixated on these differences in the coming weeks.

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