Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G a few weeks ago. Now the company appears to be preparing to launch another A-series device. We are talking about the Samsung Galaxy A24 in the 4G variant, which has just been spotted in the Geekbench benchmark database with the model number SM-A245F. The specs leaked so far pointed to an Exynos 7904 chipset. The clock frequencies listed on Geekbench, on the other hand, are more in line with a MediaTek Helio G99 processor.
The Samsung Galaxy A24 achieved a single core score of 561 points. In the multi-core test, the octa-core CPU achieved 1,943 points with a 2+6 configuration. Of the total of eight cores, two performance cores ran at 2.20 GHz, while the remaining six efficient cores clocked at 2.0 GHz. A Mali G57 GPU is responsible for the graphics. The specs fit pretty well with a Helio G99 chipset, which is also built a lot more modern than the four-year-old Exynos 7904. On the other hand, it would be Samsung’s first time using the MediaTek processor.
The Geekbench test also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A24 had 4GB of RAM. That might not be the only storage option for the Samsung smartphone though – a 6GB version is also thought likely. Android 13 was used as the operating system.
Previous leaks and rumors about the Samsung Galaxy A24 include an AMOLED display with a 90 Hz refresh rate. The main camera should have a resolution of 48 megapixels and support optical stabilization (OIS). The A24 has already been registered with the Indian certification authority, so it will probably only be a few weeks before it is launched.