Earlier this month, the South Korean electronic tech giant Samsung unveiled a new Galaxy A04s in the Indian market. The smartphone comes with a 6.5-inch display bearing an HD+ resolution and a water drop notch. It offers a 90Hz refresh rate, shielded by Gorilla Glass with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button.
However, it seems the mobile brand is working on another Galaxy A04 series. As we just discovered in a tweet from the popular, reliable mobile leaker, a new Samsung Galaxy A04e was spotted on the NBTC website, revealing some key specifications and design.
Galaxy A04e Spotted on NBTC Website
As revealed on the NBTC website, the upcoming Galaxy A04e is codenamed SM-A042FS/DS. The listing additionally verifies the phone’s model number, Galaxy A04e. As with previous Galaxy smartphones, the DS in the model number stands for the Dual SIM capabilities, varying from country to region.
In addition, the NBTC website discloses that the device is made at a Samsung factory in South Korea. When it comes to networks, the forthcoming Galaxy A series handset will support GSM, WCDMA, and LTE. There is no 5G support because this gadget is intended to be inexpensive.
Aside from the NBTC website, the upcoming device was also spotted on the Indonesia Telecom site with the model number SM-A042F. This could be a Galaxy A04e variation, even if the model number has a tiny change. In reality, the website for Indonesia Telecom attests that this is a Galaxy A04e. The website does not validate any other information besides this.
Samsung Galaxy A04e Specs
Based on the synthetic benchmarking site, the Galaxy A04e will run on Android 12 out of the box and will feature 3GB of RAM. At the same time, the device is expected to be powered by MediaTek Helio G35 SoC with PowerVR Rogue GE8320 GPU.
As it stands now, not much information about the upcoming Galaxy A04e has been revealed, but we promise to keep you updated. Meanwhile, the phone is expected to launch soon globally as well as in India as it has cleared the BIS certification. Follow TechGenyz for more updates.