Samsung Galaxy A05s; Fresh Leaks Reveal CAD-renders and Key Specs

Sohail Akhtar

Samsung is dialing up the buzz with its upcoming Galaxy A05s, and we've got some exclusive, CAD-rendered visuals to prove it. This hot-off-the-press leak showcases the phone's pocket-friendly build, adding another contender to Samsung's bustling entry-level line-up.

Aesthetic-wise, we’re talking svelte dimensions: 167.9 x 77.7 x 8.8 mm. The Galaxy A05s sports a 6.6-inch display, crowned by what Samsung elegantly dubs an "Infinity-V" waterdrop notch. In other words, it's a drool-worthy screen with minimal intrusion.

Under the hood, users will find a 4,000mAh battery.  But before you gripe about the battery cut compared to last year’s A04s, take note of the newcomer’s upgraded 25W wired charging support. And for those clinging to their wired headphones, yes, the 3.5mm jack lives on.

While the rest of the specs remain tantalizingly unmentioned, let’s not forget that Samsung's latest 4G mobile is not supposed to break tech ceilings. It's a wallet-friendly workhorse aiming to provide bang for your buck.

The Galaxy A05s has already received a thumbs-up from the FCC, signaling its imminent arrival. For context, it's replacing last year’s A04s, which featured a slightly smaller screen, a bulkier battery but slower charging, and the now-antiquated Exynos 850 SoC.

The FCC listing for the device discloses more robust features, including support for dual 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi, Bluetooth 5.3, and a SLC-51 battery. What sets it apart is its fast charging capability at 25W, a feature that's sure to attract potential buyers.

Samsung's Galaxy A05s, according to Geekbench, has up to 4GB of memory, a full-fledged Android 13, and MediaTek Helio G85. The device will likely shake up the entry-level scene, and we can't wait to discover more.


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