Galaxy S23 design, Android 13,… we know what the Samsung Galaxy A24 would look like

    While all attention are on the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, the design of a smartphone that will not be revealed is leaking in big widths: the Galaxy A24. He would, however, take a lot of inspiration from the design of the forthcoming Galaxy S23.

    The Galaxy S23 will hit the market following its unveiling at the Galaxy Unpacked event in February… and it’s a fair bet that its design will influence the other Samsung smartphone lines anticipated later in 2023. TheTechOutlook released the first 3D renderings of the Galaxy A24 as evidence ( via SamMobile).

    We uncover an exquisite product that should be influenced by the lines of his larger brother in order to stand out in the accessible mid-range category. This device should be available this fall, perhaps for less than 300 euros, to replace the current Galaxy A23, which we tested at the end of October.


    If this design is verified, the Galaxy A24’s chassis will be significantly less rounded and have slightly sharper lines than the present model. More than just a “bump” at the rear to house the picture sensors, the gadget has three cameras integrated independently and vertically in the top left corner. Samsung would then restart the sensor configuration predicted for the Galaxy S23. SamMobile claims he understands the layout that the company will adopt on all of his handsets in 2023.

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    The Galaxy A24’s front face, on the other hand, would be similar to the Galaxy A23, with the exception of the frontal sensor, which would be incorporated in a fine notch in “U,” rather than a “drop of water,” this time. The huge “chin” at the bottom of the screen would stay still.

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    On a technological level, the Galaxy A24 would finally include a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset, at least 4 GB of RAM, and a 6.4-inch Amoled display. Without additional data, the gadget should ship with Android 13 and a battery capacity of 4000 or 5000 mAh. The latter should benefit from Samsung’s 25 W rechargeable battery, and at the back would be a picture module with a 50 Mp primary sensor, a 5 Mp ultra wide angle sensor, and a 2 Mp macro module. The selfie sensor on the front would ultimately increase to 13 Mp ( against 8 Mp currently ).

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