Part of Samsung’s entry-level phone offering, the Galaxy A24 could be one of the best-selling Galaxy A models of 2023, with features like an AMOLED FHD+ screen and Galaxy S23 series-inspired design, but at a much more attractive price.
Although the on-sale price is unknown, the A23 series replacement is already showing up in the Geekbench catalog, confirming key aspects of the spec list. Thus, the new model is expected with a 48MP camera (50MP on the current model, but with a lower sensor). Although, the full specs list is not known, it is plausible that the Galaxy A24 represents an incremental upgrade to the current A23 model.
Launched in March last year, the Galaxy A22 comes with triple-camera system having 50MP main sensor, 5MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP DoF sensor added strictly to complete the specs list. Above the screen cropped after the “drop” model we find an 8MP camera. We already know that the front camera resolution doubles to 16MP for the Galaxy A24, but the main new feature is the AMOLED screen that ditches both the “drop” cutout and the unsightly “chin” at the bottom. In other words, the Galaxy A24 should have a truly modern look, even if not fully supported by the performance on offer.
According to the preliminary specs list, the Galaxy A24 comes with the MediaTek Helio G99 4G chipset, offering performance close to a Galaxy A52 phone from two years ago.
Also on the almost-confirmed features list is the 4000mAh battery, assisted with fast charging technology (limited to 18W via USB-C). On the flip side, Samsung is likely to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack output, increasingly less necessary in a market flooded with affordable wireless headphones.
The Galaxy A24 could be released with a price around 220 euros, maybe even more if Samsung decides to pass on the effects of inflation and general component supply price increases to consumers.