Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Samsung Galaxy A03 announced with a 48MP camera and a 5,000mAh battery

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The Samsung Galaxy A03s that was unveiled in August and the Galaxy A03 Core introduced last week is now joined by the Galaxy A03, the successor to the Galaxy A02 announced in January.

The Samsung Galaxy A03 is built around a 6.5″ HD+ Infinity-V display with a notch for housing the 5MP selfie camera. Around the back, we see a dual-camera setup comprising a 48MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor.

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This is an upgrade over the Galaxy A02’s 13MP main camera, joined by a 2MP macro unit.

Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy A03 has an unnamed octa-core processor with two clusters having a maximum clock frequency of 1.6GHz.

Samsung does not mention the version of Android and One UI the Galaxy A03 will run on out-of-the-box, but it does specify that the smartphone will come in three memory configurations, a 3GB+32GB variant, 4GB+64GB variant, and a 4GB+128GB variant.

The Samsung Galaxy A03 has Dolby Atmos support, packs an impressive 5,000mAh battery, and comes in Black, Blue, and Red colors.

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Samsung has not revealed the pricing and availability of the Galaxy A03 yet, but we will hopefully learn more as time passes.

Source: Samsungmobilepress

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