Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy A24 soon, and the device has just appeared in new renders. The content reveals what the smartphone’s design should look like and its color options, giving a better idea of what we can expect from the brand’s new entry-level cell phone.
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According to the images, the Galaxy A24 can bring a typical Samsung visual identity, in which the lenses are “loose” on the rear panel. In this way, the design resembles that already seen in renderings of the Galaxy S23.
In the front section, the device appears with relatively thick edges — something common in more basic devices. Meanwhile, the front camera should be in a drop-shaped notch.
In addition to the traditional black color, the Galaxy A24 should still have three color options: dark red, light green and silver – in the latter case, the back cover has color effects depending on the viewing angle.
Galaxy A24: what to expect
The smartphone has already appeared in benchmark tests, which confirmed its model number SM-245F. The evaluated version has 4 GB of RAM, but a 6 GB variant is not ruled out either – in any case, the processor will be the MediaTek Helio G99.
In addition, additional rumors point out that the device should have a 6.4-inch screen, with Super AMOLED technology. This panel would still have Full HD+ resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels, and support for refresh rates at 90 Hz.
Its set of cameras can have a main sensor of 48 MP, lined up with an ultrawide of 8 MP and additional component of 2 MP for depth detection. At the front, a 16 MP camera should be responsible for selfies.
The construction of the device should house a 4,000 mAh battery, with support for 25 W cable recharges. Its operating system will be Android 13, with Samsung’s typical One UI interface.
An official date for the launch of the Galaxy A line has not yet been announced, but the models are likely to arrive sometime in the coming weeks. Until then, more information may be released through new leaks.
Source: The Tech Outlook