Samsung Galaxy A04s New Image Leak Reveals Complete Design; Features Triple Cameras

Inaam Azeem

Samsung is always in the news for its product leaks or launches. Although the Galaxy Unpacked flagship event is nearing its air date of August 10, the Korean tech giant is not holding back on its budget series. After adding some device certifications to its portfolio, the Galaxy A04s went in mass production which resulted in a new image leak, revealing the smartphone's design.

But unlike some computerized renders that we normally use to get, here we have photos of the phone's housing, still incomplete. Anyway, if mold images are out, it means that the design has already been completed. During the production phases in a Samsung factory, the rear casing images of the Samsung Galaxy A04s were leaked. The new photos provide helpful insight regarding the design of the handset especially the camera count and its placement.

Per the leaks, a polycarbonate shell will sit on the Galaxy A04s' rear. This casing will house a tri-lens cluster aligned vertically with an LED flash beside the camera hump. Overall, the edges are rounded, with the volume rocker and power key taking up the right side. This power button would also act as the thumb-print sensor for biometric authentication.

On the front, a 6.5" HD+ IPS panel could accommodate the selfie shooter in an Infinity-V notch. The bottom portion of the Samsung A new model is occupied by a Type-C port, speaker grille, and 3.5mm audio jack.

The chipset powering the A02s could be the Snapdragon 850 running Android 12 out of the box with OneUI Core 4.1 on top. The same CPU was used inside the Galaxy M13 and A13. A 5,000 mAh battery cell is expected to energize the A04s.

The handset would be a budget category device from Samsung featuring 3GB RAM and different color options to choose from. Samsung hasn't announced an official launch date; however, the device can come to light soon as the production process is almost complete. We'll update you as soon as more information regarding the A04s surfaces.


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