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Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Seen for the First Time in Leaked Renders

Samsung is once again making waves in the tech world with the introduction of the Galaxy S24 FE. The Korean tech giant’s latest affordable flagship phone has been unveiled, providing an early glimpse into its design and specifications, courtesy of tipster OnLeaks via Giznext.

The Galaxy S24 FE bears a striking resemblance to its siblings, the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+. Early renders showcase the device in sleek black and green color options, featuring a flat design and three prominent camera rings on the back. The presence of antenna lines on the frames suggests that they are likely crafted from aluminum.

The phone’s design includes volume rockers and a power button located on the right side of the mid-frame, while the bottom section houses the SIM tray, a USB-C port, the primary speaker grill, and a microphone.

The front display of the Galaxy S24 FE boasts slim bezels, although they are not uniform, with a slightly thicker chin. The display measures 6.65 inches and is confirmed to be an AMOLED panel, promising vibrant colors and deep blacks.

The Exynos 2400 processor is anticipated to power the Galaxy S24 FE. This chip has demonstrated remarkable performance in early Geekbench testing, achieving 6,289 in multi-core evaluations and 2,047 in single-core tests. The test listing shows the normal variant’s 3.21 GHz clock speed for the Cortex-X4 core, whereas the prime Cortex-X4 core is slightly faster at 3.11 GHz. This suggests that the S24 FE is using a modified version of the Exynos 2400. The gadget will be powered by OneUI 6.1, an AI-powered operating system for Android 14 that offers anĀ improved user experience.

The camera setup on the S24 FE is expected to mirror that of the Galaxy S24 and S23 FE, featuring a 50MP main camera, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultrawide lens. Both the main and telephoto lenses will support Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), ensuring sharp and clear images.

Battery and charging specifications are anticipated to remain consistent with previous models, offering a 4,500mAh battery, 25W fast charging, and 15W wireless charging.

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