Awesome Samsung Galaxy A24 confirmed: 5 things about the phone you should know available in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Samsung has confirmed a new A-series smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A24. Samsung recently launched three A series smartphones which are the Samsung Galaxy A14, Samsung Galaxy A34 and Samsung Galaxy A54. Samsung launches its mid-range phones under the Galaxy A series.

Recently, Samsung Turkey revealed the Samsung Galaxy A24 in a press statement but the South Korean company did not reveal any specifications about the smartphone. However, the Samsung Galaxy A14 was spotted several times previously on certification websites. 

A Turkish publication known as Gadgety has shared some expected specifications and renders of the Samsung Galaxy A14. Let’s take a look.

1. Samsung Galaxy A14 Design

The design of the smartphone is said to be similar to the Samsung Galaxy A34 and Samsung Galaxy A54, with a flat display and flat back panel. It will be available in three colours reportedly which are black, silver, lemon-green, and red-burgundy colours.

2. Samsung Galaxy A14 Display

The Samsung Galaxy A14 could feature a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED FHD+ display with the support of a 90Hz refresh rate and could also give an output of 1000 nits.

3. Samsung Galaxy A14 Performance

In terms of performance, the smartphone is rumoured to be equipped with the Snapdragon 680 processor paired with 4GB RAM. It might launch with 128GB storage and expandable up to 1TB. 

Samsung Galaxy A24 5G

4. Samsung Galaxy A14 Camera

Samsung Galaxy A14 is tipped to feature a triple camera setup holding a 50-megapixel primary camera and along with that a 5-megapixel ultra-wide lens and a 2-megapixel macro lens. On the front, it could sport a 13-megapixel selfie camera.

5. Samsung Galaxy A14 Price

Samsung Galaxy A14 is rumoured to launch with a price of $285 which means it might launch with a price of around ₹23,500 approximately in India.

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