Samsung Galaxy A24 in Nepal: What does the mid-ranger that looks like a flagship offer you?

Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung
Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung

Samsung has again released another mid-range device in the global market continuing its most popular A series, Samsung Galaxy A24. The smartphone is the younger version of Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54 launched recently.

Despite being part of the same A-series lineup, it also differs from Galaxy A54 in terms of specs such as the chipset, size, front camera cutout and price. Meanwhile, at first glance, the A series’ newly released design appears to be virtually identical to that of the S23 flagship.

Here are the details of the Samsung Galaxy A24.


Dimensions162.1×77.6×8.3 mm
Weight 195 grams
Display size6.5-inch
Display typeSuper AMOLED
Resolution1080 X 2340 (FHD+)
Refresh rate90Hz
ChipsetMediatek Helio G99 (6nm)
GPUMali-G57 MC2
CPUOcta-core (2×2.2 GHz Cortex-A76 & 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
OSAndroid 13, One UI 5.1
Selfie camera13MP
Rear cameraMain camera: 50MP
Ultrawide camera: 5MP
Macro: 2MP
BatteryLi-Po 5000 mAh
Charging25W wired
SensorsAccelerometer, fingerprint sensor, gyro sensor, geomagnetic sensor, light sensor, virtual proximity sensing
ColoursBlack, silver, green
Price (official)Rs 29,000 (6/128GB)
Rs 33,000 (8/128GB)

Design and display

It shares the same design language as Galaxy A34, A54 and S23 base models. The plastic back is shiny and has a triple camera setup. The frame is made of plastic too but has an aluminium-type finish. Its corners are curved along with the inner screen in front. The front has a water-drop notch selfie camera. Considering the price, the phone has quite thick bezels, yet they are bearable. The overall design is beautiful and simple.

Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung
Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung

It has a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display. It has an FHD+ resolution of 1080X2340 pixels and a maximum refresh rate of 90Hz. The colour depth of the main display is 16 million and has a pixel density of 396.


It boasts a MediaTek Heli G99 (6nm) chipset, which is paired with an Octa-core CPU. The GPU is handled by Mali-G57 MC2, which along with the chipset gives out a decent performance. The phone can easily handle day-to-day activities and also mediocre gaming without much of a problem.

Octa-core CPU of Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung
Photo: Samsung

The RAM is available in two options, 6GB and 8GB. Both the RAM options are paired with a 128GB storage option. It also has a dedicated MicroSD card slot for additional storage.


Samsung Galaxy A24 has a triple camera setup on the rear, which includes a 50Mp main camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro camera. The rear camera also includes OIS, which helps in stabilisation for less shaky photos and videos. It can also digitally zoom up to 10X. It can record FHD 1080p video at 30fps. It has features such as portrait, pano, HDR and Pro modes.

Samsung Galaxy A24 camera specs. Photo: Samsung
Samsung Galaxy A24 camera specs. Photo: Samsung

Its front includes a 13MP selfie camera. It can record videos 1080P at 30fps.

Battery and others

Samsung Galaxy A24 has a 5000mAh non-removable battery, which gives the users a good amount of screen time. It can be charged using a 25W charger. The sensors on it include a side-mounted fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, compass and virtual proximity sensor.

Samsung Galaxy A24. Photo: Samsung
Photo: Samsung

It supports dual sims, which can be added using the sim card slot in the top left corner. The slot also has a space for a MicroSD card for additional storage. The port for charging and sharing files is a type-C port. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is pretty rare nowadays even for a mid-range option.

There are three colour options available: black, green and silver.

Samsung Galaxy A24 is available in Nepal and costs Rs 29,000 for the 6/128GB option and Rs 33,000 for the 8/128GB option.


Samsung Galaxy A24 is a continuation of Samsung’s A series in 2023. A series is one of the most popular series of Samsung in the global market. With its earlier versions, A34 and A54, already doing well in the market, it also has the potential to do good and be a tough competition for other mid-range smartphones.

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