Samsung Galaxy A24



Samsung Galaxy A24 is an entry-level mid-range smartphone. It offers a plastic body with a U-shaped notch on the front and a thicker chin bezel. There is a glossy finish at the back, which is a fingerprint magnet. The design looks similar to most other latest Samsung phones, including their higher priced ones. The 6.5-inch screen has FHD+ Super AMOLED technology and there is nothing to introduce about Samsung’s fine quality AMOLED screens. Lately, many users are concerned about the so-called “green line” malfunction in this screen technology. But so far no one has complained about such an issue in this device as per our knowledge. Its 90Hz refresh rate and 1000 nits peak brightness ensures smooth screen operation and decent viewing under sunlight.

Photo shots looked all right with the 50 MP rear camera. The dynamic range is up to the mark, but you’ll notice a lack of details. With the portrait mode on, you’ll see a slightly softer skin tone. Low light shots are very average and the light mode provides better results. But the shutter speed is slower and you have to hold this phone steadily. The 5 MP ultrawide lens is just ok. There is stabilization for Full HD video recording, which is definitely a considerable advantage. Its 13 MP front camera is satisfactory with natural-looking color exposure.

The 6 nm built MediaTek Helio G99 is perhaps the most common chipset in entry-level mid-budget phones. Daily handling, multitasking, gaming all should be pretty smooth with the 8 GB RAM variant. Its 6 GB model is also adequate, but we suggest avoiding the 4 GB RAM version if you value performance. Android 13 is pre-installed and Android 14 upgrade is available here. The OneUI user interface complements it further and provides a clean and fast overall experience. The 5000 mAh battery supports 25W charging, but the charger isn’t included in the box which is a clear downside of this gadget.