With the Galaxy S24 FE, Samsung is making headlines once again. Thanks to tipster OnLeaks via Giznext, we now have our first look at the Korean giant’s next affordable flagship phone.

It appears that the device closely resembles the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+. There is a flat design and three camera rings on the back of the phone, which comes in black and green color options. Due to the antenna lines, the frames are likely aluminum.

On the right side of the midframe, you’ll find the volume and power buttons, whereas the bottom section has the SIM tray, USB-C port, and primary speaker grill.

With a slightly thicker chin, the front display bezels appear slim, but not uniform. As expected, the display will be an AMOLED panel measuring 6.65 inches.

According to Geekbench, the device will likely use an Exynos 2400 chip, which scored 2,047 in single-core tests and 6,289 in multi-core tests.

The benchmark listing revealed that the SoC’s prime Cortex-X4 core runs at 3.11 GHz, down from 3.21 GHz on the standard variant. Samsung may use a tweaked Exynos 2400 for the S24 FE. With AI features baked into OneUI 6.1, based on Android 14, the software side of things will be handled by Android 14.