Samsung Galaxy A04 Core (model number SM-A042M and SM-A042M/DS) has been certified by the FCC authority and Wi-Fi Alliance. The South Korean company has recently launched the Galaxy A04 and Galaxy A04s smartphones in the global market. The Galaxy A04 Core’s FCC certification has revealed its battery capacity and connectivity features.
Now that the Core edition of the Galaxy A04 that has a model number has been FCC certified, it appears that it will not take too long for it go official. Here’s all the information that has surfaced through its FCC listing.
Samsung Galaxy A04 FCC, Wi-Fi Alliance certification
The FCC certification reveals that the Galaxy A04 Core’s battery has an HQ-50S/D model number. The CB Test certificate reveals it offers a typical capacity of 5,0000mAh. The FCC documents show that the device supports dual SIM, ET connectivity, Bluetooth, and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi Alliance listing also reveals that the device has support for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and runs on Android 12 OS. The SM-A042F model number that has appeared at Wi-Fi certification also belongs to the Galaxy A04 Core. The SM-A042F model has been previously spotted at Geekbench with specifications like the MediaTek MT6765V/CB (likely Helio P35) and 3GB of RAM.
Samsun Galaxy A04 design
A report by Winfuture.de from June revealed the images of the device. It appears that the device will be positioned lower than the Galaxy A04. As the name implies, it will succeed the Galaxy A03 Core from December 2022.
Apart from the copper model shown, the handset will be also available in black and green colours. As can be seen, it features a waterdrop notch display on the front and an LED-assisted single camera on the back. The device does not seem to feature a fingerprint scanner.