The excellent battery will go to one of Samsung’s cheapest smartphones!

Information about the next Samsung smartphone from the cheap Galaxy A series has appeared on the network. This time, the Galaxy A02 is to appear in the arena, which, as the name suggests, will be a phone with basic capabilities. His ace up his sleeve is to be a large battery.

Samsung has worked for many months to change the image of its mid-range smartphones and it must be admitted that it has succeeded – many new products from the Galaxy A series turn out to be strong and well-priced, and in addition, the Koreans introduced the Galaxy M line to Poland, initially intended to dominate India only.

For some time, Samsung‘s mediums have also become synonymous with large batteries, and cells with a capacity of 6000 and 7000 mAh stop causing a shock. Soon, a phone with a slightly smaller battery is to appear on the market, but a compensation in the form of a low price.

Galaxy A02 with a large battery for small change

The model is to be called Galaxy A02 and has been noticed in several certification documents, so its presentation is basically a formality. As the name of the phone indicates, it will be a device with basic functions without any special fireworks – it should be cheap.

The highlight of the Galaxy A02 specification will be a 5000 mAh battery. The cell will withstand at least two days of work in one cycle, although it is possible that the operating time will be even longer.

All thanks to a small screen with a diagonal of only 5.7 inches. The panel will have an acceptable HD + resolution, which with this size of the matrix will allow displaying sharp text and images. There will be a teardrop-shaped notch in the upper part.

The low price of the Galaxy A02 is also confirmed by the use of the Snapdragon 450 processor and two basic 13 MP and 2 MP cameras mounted on a plastic rear panel. Soon we will find out how much Samsung will evaluate such parameters.

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