Samsung Galaxy A05s Features Inspected by FCC; Battery and Charging Stats Revealed

Sohail Akhtar

Get ready for the next installment in Samsung's popular A-series lineup, as the Galaxy A05 and A05s smartphones gear up to hit the market soon. These budget-friendly handsets have been making their rounds across certification agencies globally. The latest development comes from the FCC, where the Samsung Galaxy A05s recently secured its certification.

While the FCC listing doesn't spill all the beans, it does offer some intriguing insights. The Galaxy A05s is poised to come equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery, a departure from its predecessor, the Galaxy A04s, which featured a larger 5,000 mAh battery. 

What's more captivating is the support for 25W input, indicating a potential boost in charging speeds compared to the A04s' 15W charging capacity. The move raises eyebrows, especially considering 5,000mAh batteries have become the norm recently for low-end devices.

The listing also provides a sneak peek into Samsung's budget new model's rear design, showcasing a single camera ring. This intriguing detail sparks speculation as the size of the camera ring suggests accommodation for two sensors. It’s a step down compared to the A04s, which boasts a three-camera setup. 

While the schematic hints at a possible camera downgrade, we await more concrete information to confirm the exact configuration. With Galaxy A05 and A05s inching closer to their launch, the FCC listing ignites curiosity among enthusiasts.

 The tidbits we've gleaned so far set the stage for an exciting budget device. Rumor has it that the A05 devices might debut with upgraded SoCs and base memory configurations, paving their way to a Full Android 13 experience with OneUI 5.


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