Samsung is rumored to be developing a budget smartphone named the Galaxy A04 Core. It will replace last year’s Galaxy A03 Core. Winfuture.de has gotten the official marketing renders for the Galaxy A04 Core before the device comes out.
Images reveal that the Galaxy A04 Core’s design is strikingly similar to that of its forerunner. The front display of the device is characterized by a waterdrop notch and thick bezels. The phone’s volume rocker and power button are located on the right edge. The fingerprint reader is not available on the A04 Core.
The back of the phone is made of matte polycarbonate. A single camera is located on the back, and its flash is an LED. Renders suggest that in addition to black and green, the device will also come in a copper finish. Technical details are unavailable in the provided report. The Galaxy A03 Core may serve as a template for its internals.
The Exynos 850 chipset has been speculated to be included in the Galaxy A04 Core. The remaining phone specifications have not been made public. There is a good chance that the product will be released publicly this month or in July. Not all markets appear to be potential targets.
For more information on the Samsung Galaxy A03 Core, read on.
The IPS LCD display of the Galaxy A03 Core is 6.5 inches in size and has HD+ quality (720 by 1600 pixels). It has a 5,000 mAh battery and can be charged at 10W thanks to the Unisoc SC9863A chipset and 2 GB of RAM.
Android 11 in its Go edition is pre-installed on the device. You can take high-quality selfies thanks to the front-facing 5 megapixel camera. An 8-megapixel camera with an LED flash is built into the back cover.