We've known for a little over three months that Samsung is working on yet another addition to its Galaxy A lineup called the Galaxy A4. Sadly, details regarding the handset's appearance and intended launch date have been non-existent, but it would now appear that it's one step closer to hitting the shelves as five carrier-branded variants of the device — SM-A430FD, SM-A430L,SM-A430X, SM-A430S and SM-A430K — have been granted Wi-Fi certification, which is one of the final tests required to release a new smartphone.
Unfortunately, we don't have much to go on with regards to specifications. All we know for certain is that the Galaxy A4 carries the model number SM-A430. A recent Zauba import listing points towards it sporting a 5.5-inch display and being priced somewhere in the region of INR 25,000 ($373) and INR 30,000 ($448). We also expect it to pack an in-house Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, a 13MP rear-facing camera, a 5MP selfie shooter, a 3,000mAh non-removable battery and ship running the latest build of Marshmallow.