Samsung Galaxy A03 has JioPhone next-like specs but no price tag yet
The Samsung Galaxy A03 is a new budget smartphone with entry-level specs and new cameras. Samsung is yet to reveal price and availability details.
Samsung Galaxy A03 has been quietly announced! Coming in as the successor to the Galaxy A02 that never came to India, the Galaxy A03 retains most of the same specs but gets better cameras and a design reminiscent of the iPhone 11. Samsung has revealed all the details about the phone via an infographic but is yet to reveal information regarding its price and availability.
The Galaxy A03 changes a little from its previous iteration. It still has the same dew-drop notch design on the front but the rear has a new layout with bold camera design. The phone is available in three configurations: one with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, one with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and the last one with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Galaxy A03 unveiled but no price revealed yet
The other notable feature on the Galaxy A03 is the presence of a 48MP main camera sensor that is accompanied by a 2MP depth camera. There is also a 5MP camera for selfies sitting in the display notch. The display itself is a 6.5-inch 720p unit. Samsung states using an octa-core processor of unknown origin and there's support for Dolby Atmos audio.
Sadly, there's no information on the version of Android as well as the chipset itself. What's known though is that this phone will have a 5000mAh battery and will be available Black, Red and Blue colours.
Samsung is yet to reveal its intentions of launching the phone in India and other global markets. Based on the spec and features, the Galaxy A03 could up against the JioPhone Next, which has recently gone on open sale in the country via Reliance Digital stores at a price of ₹6,499. With more RAM and storage capacity, a bigger display, and theoretically better cameras, the Galaxy A03 could cost more if it were to launch in India.
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