The Samsung Galaxy A04s showcases a well-crafted design

If the images are to be believed, it looks like Samsung may have major changes to its A0 range. Stay tuned for more information when they become available!

Although Samsung has not confirmed the rendering of the Samsung Galaxy A04s, they look similar to previous Galaxy models and appear to be a well-achieved design. The photos were posted on the popular Chinese social media site Weibo and have sparked excitement among fans. If the images are to be believed, it looks like Samsung may have major changes to its A0 range. Stay tuned for more information when they become available!

Time is running out slowly on Samsung’s A0 series phones, so it should come as no surprise that the speculative rendering of the Galaxy A04 looks very similar to the previous model.

The dimensions revealed by @OnLeaks are 164.5 x 76.5 x 9.18 mm, which means fractions of a millimeter larger than the dimensions of A03s. However, the screen is expected to remain at 6.5 inches, probably still on the HD + panel.

The back shows the news. It has a triple camera as before, although we don’t have details on every module. However, there is no protrusion in the camera, only the lenses protrude from behind – just like in the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, we don’t expect cameras to be like Ultras.

The Samsung Galaxy A04s showcases a well-crafted design 2

In any case, this is a basic phone that offers the basics – there is a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the bottom, a fingerprint reader (power button) on the side and what is probably a SIM + slot. microSD on the other side.

We keep an eye on the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A04s. Here’s a quick look at the A03, so you have an idea of ​​what to expect: 6.5-inch HD + LCD (60 Hz), Helio P35, 13 + 2 + 2 MP rear and 5 MP front, 5,000 mAh battery 15 W: n load.

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