Galaxy S24 FE Global Variant Appears on Geekbench with Underclocked Exynos 2400 Processor

  • The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE will be the successor to last year’s Galaxy S23 FE.
  • The smartphone is rumoured to launch by late fall.

Samsung is expected to expand the flagship S24 series with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE. The upcoming Galaxy S24 FE is said to launch by late fall (November-December). In a new development, we have spotted the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S24 FE global variant on the Geekbench benchmark database. Here are the details.

Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Geekbench Scores and Specs

The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE has the model number SM-S721B. This appears to be the global variant of the device (for the European and Indian markets). The handset scored 2,047 and 6,289 points in the single-core and multi-core rounds, respectively.

Samsung S24 FE Geebench

The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE Geekebnch listing reveals the presence of an octa-core processor with motherboard s5e9945 and a deca-core CPU. It includes a prime core (at 3.11 GHz), two performance cores (at 2.90GHz), three performance cores (at 2.59GHz), four efficiency cores at 1.96GHz, and an Xclipse 940 GPU.

This confirms that an Exynos 2400 processor will power the Samsung Galaxy S24 FE, but an underclocked version. The Samsung Galaxy S24 FE visited the Geekbench database with 8GB of RAM. The handset will ship with Android 14 out of the box but as usual, we can expect it to come with OneUI skin on top.

Rumours suggest that Samsung might launch the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3-powered variant of the Galaxy S24 FE in some markets. The handset is said to sport a 4,500mAh battery and 25W fast charging support. It will reportedly offer a 50MP rear camera.