Samsung Galaxy A02 specs: Snapdragon 450 chipset, 5000mAh battery!
Our spotlight today belongs to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A02 with specs like Snapdragon 450 chipset and 5000 mAh battery. Come and see the full article below for more details on this smartphone!
Samsung Galaxy A02 specs
Earlier this year, the South Korean technology company launched Samsung Galaxy A01 with an affordable price and powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 chipset. Besides, last month, information relating to the next successor of this device appeared on a few certifications, with the latest coming from CPQD of Latin America. From what we learnt, the new smartphone now comes with the name Samsung Galaxy A02!
Moreover, the documents on CPQD’s website unveiled this device can ship with a large battery. From the certification, the handset has model number HQ-50S, listed on the TUV Rheinland with a typical 5,000 mAh capacity a rated capacity of 4,800 mAh. On the other side, the Samsung handset gets power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC. Furthermore, the Samsung device is coming to run on Android 10 as the operating system.
Are you waiting for the photography department? In detail, the Samsung Galaxy A02 camera comes with a total of two lenses on the back setup. It consists of a 13MP primary + 2MP depth sensor. Moving around the front, there is a single 8MP shooter for taking captures and video calling. Moreover, talking about the memory system, the Samsung device arrives with 3GB of RAM and 32GB/ 64GB of internal storage with a microSDXC card (expandable to 256GB). How about the design? About the display, Samsung Galaxy A02 specs flaunt a 5.7-inch IPS LCD with a resolution of 720 x1520 pixels, along with a 20:9 ratio aspect.
Samsung Galaxy A02 release date and price
Up to now, there’s no word from Samsung about this Samsung handset. However, we hope to see Samsung Galaxy A02 in middle-December. Regarding the cost, the Samsung Galaxy A02 price starts at $117 ~ Rs. 8, 672. Are you exciting about the Samsung Galaxy A02 launch? Stay tuned and update more reports from us!