Yesterday, we reported that Samsung’s upcoming entry-level smartphone Galaxy A02,” has been listed on the Bluetooth SIG Certification site. It seems like the device is in its final development stages as it got another certification.
Today, the upcoming Galaxy A02 has bags its FCC Certification. Like always, the FCC Certification reveals charging related specifications. As mentioned in the certification, the all-new Galaxy A02 would be equipped with a 5000mAh Battery having a model number “EB-BA217ABY”. The same Battery has been used in Galaxy A21s.
The device would feature only an 8W charger (5V, 1.55A), which is already used in many of Samsung’s smartphones. The charger (travel adaptor) carries a model number, “EP-TA50JWS”.
It is also observed that the Galaxy A02 (aka Galaxy M02) is equipped with a MicroUSB port as the data cable mentioned is a MicroUSB cable. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack in this device, as the earphones with model number EHS61ASFWE are also mentioned.
The applicant for this certification is “Samsung Electronics Company Limited.” The model number mentioned in certification, i.e., SM-A022F/DS is a Dual SIM version. As we stated previously, it would be launch as Galaxy M02 (where the M series is available for sale).
The device has already been spotted on Geekbench, in which it was powered by Qualcomm’s low-end chipset “MT6739WW”, a quad-core chipset based on 28nm production. The chipset consists of only Cortex-A53 cores clocked @1.5GHz.
In terms of other specifications, it is reported that a 6.5 inches TFT Display with HD+ resolution (1600x720p) is expected to feature on Galaxy A02. A triple camera setup (13+2+2MP) is also expected on the rear side, while on front, a single 5MP selfie camera is expected in the notch.
It is expected to launch in the following two variants: 3+32GB & 4+64GB. The phone’s price is expected to be lower, as it would be the most affordable phone from Samsung.
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