Samsung Galaxy A24 4G with 25W charger gets FCC certification approval, could launch soon

Samsung has filed a certification approval for the Galaxy A24 4G smartphone on the FCC database. The Galaxy A24 4G has an SM-A245F/DS model number. It has also received the BIS certification, which reveals that the device is soon going to make its way to India. Certainly, on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification website, the Galaxy A24 4G is spotted with SM-A245M/DSN model number. The FCC website also revealed some of the specifications of the smartphone.

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Samsung Galaxy A24 4G Specifications and Features

The listing reveals that the Galaxy A24 4G equips the EP-TA800 charger that supports a 25-watt Type-C fast wired charge. Eventually, we will be able to see a 25-watt fast charge support on this device. Talking about connectivity, the Galaxy A24 4G has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC support. Moreover, the device will have a microSD card slot in the SIM tray, which means you can insert a microSD card to expand the storage on your device.

As per reports, the Galaxy A24 4G is likely to feature the MediaTek Helio G99 mobile platform. The chipset is built with an ARM v8 octa-core CPU. Among eight cores, six cores are clocked at 2.0 GHz frequency, and two cores are clocked at 2.20 GHz frequency. The device will feature a 90Hz AMOLED display. Moreover, it will have a 48-megapixel primary camera setup.


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