Samsung is deliberately releasing its new mid-range series, Galaxy A03. In August, the company launched the Galaxy A03s followed by the Galaxy A03 Core last week. Now, the brand has finally announced the standard Galaxy A03. Some of the specifications are revealed however, the availability and price are still undercover.
Talking about the design, the Galaxy A03 will feature a waterdrop-style notch display. The rear panel will hold a square camera module that houses a dual-camera setup. The camera island is similar to iPhone 12 with two sensors aligned vertically alongside a flash. The device will have rounded corners with a flat edge and slight bezels on the side and bottom.
Heading to specifications, the Galaxy A03 is built around a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-V display. The waterdrop notch houses a 5MP selfie camera while the rear camera consists of a 48MP primary and 2MP depth sensor.
Under the hood, the smartphone equips an unknown octa-core processor (2×1.6GHz + 6×1.6GHz). It will arrive in three storage configurations – 32GB + 3GB RAM, 64GB + 4GB RAM +, and 128GB + 4GB RAM. Also, Samsung has not mentioned anything about the Android and One UI versions.
The other listed specifications include a 5,000mAh battery, Dolby Atmos support. Additionally, the phone will measure 164.275.9×9.1mm in dimensions and will arrive in three color options of Black, Blue, and Red.
Now that the key specs are revealed, Samsung can soon disclose the price and availability of the Galaxy A03. Though the company did mention that it may vary with markets.