The list reveals the Galaxy A03 brings support for WiFi 802.11b/g/n, which means the smartphone will arrive with an entry class segmentation.
Last August, Samsung announced the Galaxy A03s. This has led to speculation that the company will also present a Galaxy A03 handset. The smartphone was previously spotted on benchmark site Geekbench and the FCC certification platform. The latest information reveals that the Galaxy A03 has also received certification from the WiFi Alliance authority.
Reporting from Gizmochina (October 21), the Galaxy A03 appears with the model number SM-A032F/DS in the WiFi Alliance database. The listing reveals that the device supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n, which means the smartphone will arrive with entry class segmentation.
Previous reports revealed that the Unisoc SC9863A chipset powers the GalaxyA03. It will be paired with 3GB RAM and the latest Android 11 OS, which can be available in the Go edition version. While the FCC certificate shows, the smartphone will be equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery.
So far, there is no information other than the above for the GalaxyA03. The rest, the handset will probably adopt the specifications of the Galaxy A03s. Given that its predecessor, Galaxy A02 is also equipped with 3GB of RAM, it makes sense that the Galaxy A03 also has the same RAM size.
To note, the Galaxy A03s has a 6.5-inch HD + screen, a 5MP front camera, and three rear cameras consisting of a 13MP, 2MP, and 2MP main camera. The Galaxy A03s is powered by the Helio P35 chipset and a 5,000 mAh battery. The RAM it has is bigger than the Galaxy A02, which is 4GB with 64GB of internal storage. Chances are, the Galaxy A03 will be officially launched in November.