Samsung Galaxy A24 Continues Rollout; Launched in Another Market with 15W Adapter Included

Sohail Akhtar

The Korean Tech giant unveiled its latest smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A24, in Vietnam last month without elaborate fanfare. Now, the device has made its way to another market, expanding its global reach. It's available now in Indonesia, priced under 250 USD. Here’s an in-depth look into its spec sheet.

The phone’s retail in Indonesia includes three color options; gradient silver reminiscent of the Aura Glow from earlier models, and the other two are Light Green and Black.

Interestingly, the Indonesian release of the Galaxy A24 comes with a 15W travel adapter, though it’s unclear whether that’s included in the box or as an optional bundle. Nonetheless, the phone features a 5,000mAh battery and supports fast charging up to 25W.

Despite the newcomer's low price, an impressive feature manifest abounds with a 90Hz FHD+ Super AMOLED 6.5-inch display boasting up to 1,000 nits of brightness. Moreover, the Samsung budget latest model has bonus Eye Care technology that reduces blue light emissions, making it easier on the eyes and ideal for extended use.

The company endows its latest A-series device with a 50MP primary camera assisted by two secondary lenses. Surprisingly enough, it sports OIS and an ultra-wide imaging sensor. The third camera is optional and capable of taking macro shots.

Powered by a Helio G99 chipset, Galaxy A24 ensures smooth and efficient performance. Buyers in Indonesia are getting an exciting deal on storage; 8GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage by default, expandable via microSD. Additionally, it rocks a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for privacy and security, all priced at IDR 3,499,000 ($237) or ~PKR 67,000.


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