Samsung Galaxy A03 Bags Approval from Wi-Fi Alliance Authority, May Debut Soon

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Samsung Galaxy A03 Bags Approval from Wi-Fi Alliance Authority, May Debut Soon

Two months ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy A03s smartphone. Not long after the launch, speculations say that the South Korean giant is gearing to announce another smartphone under the Galaxy A lineup – the Samsung Galaxy A03.

Last month, the smartphone surfaced on the database of Geekbench and a few certification platforms like the FCC. Following the appearances, the rumor mill says that the launch of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A03 is near.

Not too long ago, a fresh piece of information revealed that the Samsung Galaxy A03 smartphone with the model number SM-A032F/DS had received approval from the Wi-Fi Alliance authority.

The Wi-Fi Alliance listing mentions that the handset supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, which indicates that the Galaxy A03 is a low-end smartphone.

Meanwhile, previous publications have mentioned that the Galaxy A03 could arrive with the Unisoc SC9863A chip alongside 2GB of RAM. And it would likely boot to the Go edition version of the Android 11 OS.

The Galaxy A03’s FCC listing revealed that it would rely on a 5,000mAh battery for backup. But the listing didn’t mention its charging capability.

However, other sources have claimed that the Galaxy A03 may launch in a 3GB RAM variant. Recall, its predecessor – the Galaxy A02 – has a 3GB RAM variant.

The handset would likely borrow some of the specs of the Galaxy A03s. The Galaxy A03s’ HD+ panel measures 6.5-inches and sports a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper. The rear panel features a 13-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel triple camera unit.

The Helio P35 chipset drives the Galaxy A03s, and it packs 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage.