Galaxy A04 Core with 5000mAh, 7.5W Charger, and Type-C Cable Listed on FCC Certification
In November 2021, Samsung introduced its Galaxy A03 Core, an entry-level device powered by a Unisoc chipset. Recently, the latest developments from the industry have revealed that the manufacturer is working on this model’s successor.
Yesterday, the upcoming Galaxy A04 Core (with model number: SM-A042M) got listed on FCC Certification, which exposed the battery, charging, and related specifications of the device. Through model number, we can conclude that the listed model is an American variant of Galaxy A04 Core.
As mentioned in the FCC Certification, the new Galaxy A04 Core will be powered by a battery carrying model number: HQ-50S, a 5000mAh Li-ion battery. In addition, the smartphone also uses Samsung’s traditional EP-TA50 charger, which supports charging at 7.75W (5V/1.55A).
Moreover, the Galaxy A04 Core also comes with a USB Type-C port and standard 3.5mm headphone jack as the certification also consists of a Type-C wire (carrying model number: GH39) and headphones with a 3.5mm jack (having model number: GH59).
Currently, this certification only consists of the specifications mentioned above. As per previous info, it is expected that the upcoming Galaxy A04 Core will have the same design as the standard Galaxy A04.
The phone is expected to be powered by the Exynos 850 chipset; the same chipset is used in the standard Galaxy A04. In terms of specifications, the chipset is based on 8nm FinFET technology and has eight Cortex-A55 cores clocked @2.0GHz.
Currently, the specifications info regarding Galaxy A04 Core is limited yet. However, the listings on different certification sites denote that the launch is very near.