Samsung Galaxy A24 4G found on FCC Certification Website after being spotted on BIS certification

A few days back, Samsung released the Galaxy S23 series at Samsung Unpacked event. After the event users are all excited to try the new S23 series. But feels like Samsung has more surprises for its users coming ahead.

After the S23 series, Samsung is expected to go for its next launch of Samsung Galaxy A-series smartphones including Galaxy A24 4G in the list. This rumor could be true as Mysmartprice has today spotted Samsung Galaxy A24 on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) database.

We recently also spotted Samsung Galaxy A14 4G on Global Certification Forum Website. The listing of A14 4G shows that it will be available in two models. You can read about it here.

According to Mysmartprice Galaxy A24, 4G appeared on the FCC database with model number SM-A245M/DSN revealing some of the details about this smartphone of A-series :

  • Samsung Galaxy A24 4G could be charged with a charging adapter that has model number EP-TA800 which is Samsung’s 25 W type-C power adapter. This probably gives a hint that Galaxy A24 4G will support 25 W fast charging
  • The listing reveals support for WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity
  • The upcoming smartphone could support microSD card
  • The listing reveals that the smartphone will support LTE connectivity, will feature support for Band 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,26,28 and 66

Earlier Samsung A24 4G also appeared on the Geekbench database confirming that the smartphone will be powered by a MediaTek Helio G99 processor. Samsung A24 4G has also made its appearance on the BIS database in India with model number SM-A24SF/DS hinting at the launch of the smartphone in India soon.



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