Whereas quite a lot of the eye of each the media and customers alike could also be captured by the high-end Galaxy S line, Samsung additionally makes many low-end gadgets – and retains including increasingly more to its roster seemingly each month.
Living proof: in the present day the corporate has quietly unveiled the Galaxy A04e, to not be confused with the Galaxy A04 which was introduced again in August, nor the Galaxy A04s which grew to become official in September. October’s letter is “e” apparently, so let’s have a look at what we get right here.
The Galaxy A04e comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ PLS LCD touchscreen, a 13 MP rear digicam with a 2 MP depth sensor subsequent to it, a 5 MP selfie snapper, an unnamed SoC with an octa-core CPU (rumored to be the MediaTek Helio G35), 3 or 4GB of RAM, 32/64/128GB of expandable storage, LTE help (no 5G right here), 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi solely (no 5 GHz band so no Wi-Fi 5 or 6) and a 5,000 mAh battery.
It runs Android 12 with One UI Core 4.1 on prime, which is the stripped-down model of Samsung’s pores and skin for low-end handsets. It measures 164.2 x 75.9 x 9.1 mm, and weighs 188g. Though Samsung would not explicitly point out it, it is most certainly made out of plastic throughout. At any time when it hits the streets, you can buy the A04e in three shade variations, proven within the photographs above. They’re descriptively known as black, gentle blue, and copper.
In comparison with the A04, the A04e has a lower-res foremost digicam, and in addition begins at a decrease RAM quantity and would not go as excessive both. In comparison with the A04s, the A04e has a decrease refresh price display (60 Hz vs. 90 Hz), a lower-res foremost digicam, one much less digicam (no macro shooter), and maybe a special chipset (though that continues to be to be confirmed). In any other case, these three are just about equivalent.
Because the A04e appears to be the bottom finish of the trio, we assume it can additionally find yourself being the most cost effective, however sadly Samsung hasn’t but unveiled any pricing or availability data.