Samsung Galaxy A03s arrives at Bluetooth SIG certification

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Apart from the Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy F22, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and many other devices, Samsung is also preparing an A-series handset, Galaxy A03s. The entry-level smartphone recently made an appearance at the Bluetooth SIG certification site. This indicates that Galaxy A03s could debut in the upcoming weeks.

Galaxy A03s

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Samsung Galaxy A03s passes the Bluetooth certification authority (Bluetooth SIG), with model number SM-A037F. The listing does not reveal any particular specs apart from the Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Though, we do have some render leaks with us.

The upcoming Galaxy A03s is likely to feature a top-notch display with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen. Reportedly, the device may have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, embedded in the power button. Surprisingly, it is said to support a USB Type-C port, which will be an upgrade for an entry-level smartphone.

Galaxy A03s

For shooting purposes, the device may equip a 5MP snapper to serve selfies and video calls. On the rear side, Galaxy A03s might carry a tri-lens consisting of a 13MP primary camera and a couple of 2MP sensors to measure macro and depth aspects.

At the time of writing this, that’s all we have in our hands. The other details such as processor, battery capacity, storage configuration, etc remain unknown. But, we can expect more details to reveal soon as the device has passed major certifications. Also, we will make sure to keep you all posted with the same.

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