Samsung Galaxy A04s to Sport Triple Camera Setup, Leaked Live Images Suggests

The Samsung Galaxy A04s will be powered by Exynos 850 SoC.

The Samsung Galaxy A04s device has been in the news for a while now. The device was spotted on the Geekbench database with Exynos 850 SoC and Android 12 back in June and later on, more details of the Galaxy A04s 5G and Galaxy A04s were leaked. More recently, the Galaxy A04s was spotted on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website revealing connectivity options and charging speed of the device.

Now, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A04s’s live images have surfaced revealing the design of the phone. The phone is said to be in the initial production phase and the device is expected to take at least a couple of months to launch.

Samsung Galaxy A04s Live Images Leaked

The live images of the Galaxy A04s were shared by 91mobiles Hindi, which reveals the phone’s design, the camera cut out and port options. As per the report, the Samsung Galaxy with SM-A047 model number is in the production phase in India and the device is being made in Samsung’s Noida compound. Since this is a budget smartphone, the device will be made out of plastic.

As for the design, the Galaxy A04s comes in a candy bar shape with slightly curved. The phone will come with a textured pattern on the back. The phone’s power button, which is likely to double up as a fingerprint scanner and the volume buttons are on the right side. The front of the device will come with a waterdrop cutout for the selfie camera.

To the back, the device will house triple cameras and an LED flash arranged in a rectangular module. We can also see the slots for the 3.5mm audio jack, a USB Type-C port and a speaker grille at the bottom.

Samsung Galaxy A04s Expected Specifications

The upcoming A series device will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 850 processor with 3GB RAM and will boot Android 12. The phone is expected to have an LCD display. The phone is expected to come with support for a 15W fast charger.

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