The launch of the Galaxy S23 series is something millions of folks have been waiting for, even though the leaks have pretty much made Samsung’s Unpacked event null and void as everyone already knows what to expect from the new phones.
Of course, that isn’t to say everyone is going to buy a Galaxy S23-series smartphone. The Galaxy A series continues to be popular and will no doubt sell a lot more in 2023 as well. And one of the upcoming A series devices that could end up being a massive success, the Galaxy A24, has been revealed ahead of its official announcement in all its glory thanks to leaked 360-renders.
These renders show the device from the sides, back, and front, and the first thing you will probably notice (at least if you follow the mobile industry and all the leaks that have been happening) is that the A24 looks quite similar to a Galaxy S23 or Galaxy S23+ from the back. Part of it is down to those individual rear camera rings, which is a design theme that Samsung seems to have adopted for all devices this year.
The front, however, will probably give away the fact that it’s a mid-range phone we’re looking at, because of the waterdrop notch and the huge chin at the bottom. The latter is something we hope Samsung would have addressed already, but clearly, it don’t done so.
The specs might not be too impressive, either. The Galaxy A24 is reportedly powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 chip, which is the first time that Samsung is using that chip on a phone if memory serves us right. Other specs are expected to be run-off-the-mill, too, such as a 6.4″ AMOLED display, at least 4 gigs of RAM, and Android 13 out-of-the-box.
The rear cameas are said to include a 50MP main camera, a 5MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro camera, while the 8MP camera for taking selfies and making video calls should see an upgrade to a 13MP camera. As far as battery capacity is concerned, it could either be 4,000 mAh or 5,000 mAh, though we have a feeling it will be the latter. In either case, charging should be quick as the A24 is said to support 25W charging, same as its last two predecessors.
There is no concrete time frame for when the Galaxy A24 will go official, though it shouldn’t be too far off. In any case, rest assured we will keep you updated as more news about the phone comes our way.