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Samsung working on two more entry-level phones in Galaxy A, Galaxy M series


Last updated: October 13th, 2020 at 09:14 UTC+02:00

Samsung releases dozens of smartphones every year, and its product lineup has become quite confusing. Now, the company appears to be working on two more affordable Galaxy smartphones: Galaxy A02 and Galaxy M02. The two smartphones have appeared in certification documents, hinting towards their launch to happen sooner than later.

Recently, a certification for the Galaxy A02 and the Galaxy M02 was found on Nemko AS website. The model numbers mentioned in the document include SM-A025F, SM-A025F/DS, SM-M025F/DS, SM-M025M, and SM-M025M/DS. Since both smartphones are included in the same certification, it is possible that the Galaxy A02 could be launched as the Galaxy M02 in some markets.

A few weeks ago, the Galaxy A02 appeared in Geekbench’s database, revealing its internal hardware specs. The affordable smartphone appears to be using an entry-level Snapdragon chipset (possible Snapdragon 450), 2GB RAM, and 32GB internal storage. We can also expect it to feature a microSD card slot for storage expansion.

Other reports indicate that the phones could feature a 5.7-inch LCD screen with HD+ resolution, a 13MP+2MP dual-camera setup, an 8MP selfie camera, and a 3,500mAh battery. Looking at the possible specifications of the device, the phones could debut with price tags of $150 or lower.

Samsung Galaxy A02 M02 Certification NEMKO

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