Samsung Galaxy A24 Spec Sheet Leaked Older Exynos 7904 Chipset Tipped

Samsung has started working on the next lot of Galaxy A series phones. We recently leaked the Galaxy A14’s 5K renders which later also got certified inkling closer to the launch. Another variant that has went to the production bay is the Galaxy A24 which will be also a mid-range handset powered by an in-house Exynos series chipset. A new leak has surfaced detailing some of the specifications of the upcoming mid-range Galaxy A series handset.

Samsung Galaxy A24 Leaked Spec-Sheet Surfaces Online

The Samsung Galaxy A24 new leak comes from a Vietnamese Publication called The Pixel. The handset will be arriving as a successor to the Galaxy A23 and will be powered by the Exynos 7904 chipset. It is worth mentioning that Samsung released this Exynos series chipset almost four years back.

Now, it is not clear why Samsung would be using an older chipset to power a next-generation phone. An upgrade only makes sense when we are considering a new smartphone launch. We are not sure of the sourced information is completely authentic and if there could be some variations with the actual spec sheet.

The publication has also tipped the Galaxy A24 will flaunt a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display. A 90Hz refresh rate will complement the large high-resolution screen. We would possibly see a punch-hole camera cutout for the selfie snapper. It is also expected to sport a 16MP camera for selfies and video calling.

The Galaxy A24’s main camera sensor is said to be a 48MP lens with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) compatibility. The primary lens will be an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP depth lens. The software version is not confirmed, however, it could be Android 12 OS topped with a custom One UI interface.

The Samsung Galaxy A24 will be launched with a 6GB RAM configuration. The device will be available with a 64GB storage configuration. The availability details of other variants are uncertain at the moment. The Galaxy A24 will be powered by a smaller 4,000 mAh battery as per the new leak. Again, this is smaller than most of the Galaxy A series budget phones and we are not sure why Samsung will be opting for a compact sized battery for an upgraded model.

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