Samsung has been launching its affordable devices along with mid-range & premium mid-range smartphones under the Galaxy A series. These smartphones are primarily for offline markets. The brand’s new device has been certified by US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is the Samsung Galaxy A04s that received certification from FCC. Recently, Galaxy A23 was also certified by FCC. Earlier, the smartphone was spotted in BIS certification and GeekBench listing. It revealed some of the critical specifications of the upcoming Galaxy A04s smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy A04s FCC listing!
Another reveal includes that Samsung will not skip the charger in the box. It will consist of a 5V / 3A and 9V / 2.77A output with a USB PD support charger. It is likely to come with support for 25W fast charging support. The device will get support for WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. Samsung will also offer a MicroSD card slot so that storage won’t be an issue for the device.
Earlier listing in GeekBench suggests that the device will run on Android 12 (OneUI 4.1) out of the box. It is likely to feature Samsung’s in-house Exynos 850 chipset. The chipset pairs with Mali G52 GPU. Since it has already received BIS certification, it is expected to launch in India soon.
Rumours about the smartphone suggest that it will be priced at around Rs 11,000. Other leaks around the device indicate that it will feature an LCD display, a polycarbonate back, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a USB type C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. No other details of the device are available at the moment. The device is likely to be unveiled in August 2022. We will update you once we get more information about the same.