The Samsung Galaxy A02 we've been hearing about since last month has bagged a few certifications, with the latest one coming from Latin America's CPQD.
The documents on CPQD's website revealed the Galaxy A02 - bearing model designation SM-A025M/DS - will ship with a battery, model code HQ-50S, which is listed on TUV Rheinland with a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh and a rated capacity of 4,800 mAh.
The Galaxy A02 is expected to launch in some markets as the Galaxy M02 and was spotted on Geekbench with 3GB RAM and a Qualcomm chipset, which could be the Snapdragon 450.
The benchmark database didn't include any other specs of the Galaxy A02, but rumors have it that the smartphone will come with a 5.7" HD+ display and a total of three cameras - an 8MP shooter on the front and a 13MP primary camera on the back joined by a 2MP depth sensor.
There's no word from Samsung about the Galaxy A02 yet, but seeing how its predecessor - the Galaxy A01 - was announced in mid-December last year, we could see the Korean tech giant make the A02 official around the same time this year.
If these rumors are true, the A0x series will finally make sense, yes the chip set is very old, but with 3Go of ram and a 120$ price tag max it would be fine for those who are looking for a basic smartphone.
good if it's chipset is really SNAPDRAGON. No no to exynos!
my next phone is dis 5.7 incher 450sd, nomater whats size da batery is..or da next remored 5.5 inch fone from experia .. wonderful news maybe soon after covid..lols