Samsung has launched eight affordable and mid-range smartphones this year, and only two of them are 4G devices. The rest feature 5G connectivity to offer improved download and upload speeds when not connected to a Wi-Fi network. Now, the company is planning to launch a new mid-range smartphone without 5G.
The South Korean firm has accidentally confirmed the existence of the Galaxy A24. A support page for the Galaxy A24 has been uploaded to Samsung India's website, confirming its existence. Going by the company's track record, the company could launch the Galaxy A24 soon. The smartphone's model number is SM-A245F/DS, which means it is a 4G smartphone with a dual-SIM card slot.
Galaxy A24 launch could happen in India soon
Previous reports indicate that Samsung could equip the Galaxy A24 with a MediaTek Helio G99 processor or the Snapdragon 680 chipset. It has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 9oHz refresh rate. The device reportedly features a 50MP primary camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 13MP selfie camera. The smartphone will reportedly be powered by a 5,000mAh battery compatible with 25W fast charging.
The phone's BIS certification also confirms that Samsung will launch the Galaxy A24 in India. Going by the phone's leaked press renders, it will don the same look as the other Galaxy A and Galaxy S smartphones from the company launched this year. It features a plain back with three individual camera rings for the three rear-facing cameras.