Reportedly, a couple of weeks ago, Samsung launched Galaxy A14 5G smartphone. Now, ahead, the company seems to be preparing to launch another A series device, the Samsung Galaxy A24 (4G variant). The same has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database. This forthcoming Galaxy smartphone has made its presence on the benchmark website with the model number SM-A245F. Concurrently, this listing also discloses some of the major specifications of the device.
The specification regarding Samsung Galaxy A24 came into highlight previously in the form of leaks on the web. This revealed that Samsung will be going to use Exynos 7904 processor on Galaxy A24. Although, the fresh Geekbench listing reveals that the leaked information was wrong. The company might instead use a MediaTek Helio G99 on the upcoming A-series smartphone. Here, we got an opportunity to present their closer look at the Samsung Galaxy A24 (4G variant) scores and key specifications.
Geekbench scores and key specifications.
Talking about the upcoming A-series smartphone that has made an appearance on the Geekbench 5 benchmark database. This comes with the model number SM-A245F. While it scored 561 points in the single-core round of the benchmark test. On the other hand, the score in the multi-core round was recorded as 1943 points. Also, the listing again found to be the presence of an octa-core CPU with a 2 + 6 core configuration.
Additionally, out of 8 cores, 2 cores are clocked at 2.20GHz, every of which should be a performance core. Whereas, the remaining 6 cores clocked at 2.0GHz each appear to be efficiency cores. Also, the listing further reveals the presence of the Mali G57 graphics unit. Also, the details revealed in the benchmark listing disclose that the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A24 is probably powered by a MediaTek Helio G99 processor. Therefore, if this going to be true then it would be the first Helio G99-powered smartphone by Samsung.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A24 is tipped to use an Exynos 7904 processor. At the same time, the info that comes to light from the Geekbench listing is conflicting. Thus, it seems the leaked information is not accurate. Since it makes more sense if the company uses Helio G99 rather than a 4-year-old Exynos 7904.