Just in January, Samsung released a budget device, the Samsung Galaxy A02 which was much loved by fellows who don’t do much with smartphones, and in August, they also launched Samsung Galaxy A03s, and just last week, they introduced the Samsung Galaxy A03 Core and now the Samsung Galaxy A03.
The Samsung Galaxy A03 is a budget device or we can call it a mid-range if you want, it is built elegantly of course with a dual-camera system at the rear side. We have a 48MP primary lens accompanied by another 2MP depth-sensing lens. it is a good upgrade as the predecessor was only equipped with a 13Mp primary camera with a 2MP macro lens.
Moving to the front of the Samsung Galaxy A03, we have a 6.5″ HD+ Infinity-V display, a 5MP selfie lens. There is a much thicker bezel at the bottom but not new as a lot of budget device has this. Inside the device is an octa-core processor which we don’t know much about yet. It is said to have two clusters which give it a maximum clock frequency of 1.6GHz.
Future users of the Samsung Galaxy A03 will get 3 variants of the device in terms of memory; 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB, and 4GB/128GB.
The Samsung Galaxy A03 supports Dolby Atmos sound, is equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery capacity, and is available in 3 colors; Black, Blue, and Red. The Galaxy A03’s pricing and availability in Nigeria have yet to be announced by Samsung, but we should know more soon.