Back in July, Samsung had launched the Galaxy M01 Core in India. It was a rebranded Galaxy A01 Core that went official in Indonesia in the same month. Now, the South Korean brand has announced a new budget device in the Galaxy A-series. It is dubbed as the Galaxy A3 Core in Africa.
The latest offering is the successor to last year’s Galaxy A2 Core. Notably, the Galaxy A3 Core shares the same specifications as the Galaxy M01 Core and Galaxy A01 Core. Let’s take a look at the smartphone below.
Samsung Galaxy A3 Core specifications and features
The Galaxy A3 Core offers a 5.3-inch display bearing HD+ resolution with top and bottom bezels. The back panel features a texturized pattern with a single 8MP camera and LED flash. The smartphone comes with a 5MP selfie snapper on the front. Samsung says that the Galaxy A3 Core supports digital zoom up to 4x and can record FHD videos at 30fps.
The Galaxy A3 Core is equipped with an unspecified 1.5GHz quad-core processor. It packs 1GB RAM and offers 16GB onboard storage. For additional needs, there is a dedicated microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 512GB. Software-wise, the Galaxy A3 Core runs on Android Go edition that is optimised for phones with 1GB RAM or less. The device draws its power from a 3,000mAh battery unit. Connectivity options on the Galaxy A3 core include dual-SIM, LTE, micro-USB, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5mm audio jack and GPS.
Samsung Galaxy A3 Core pricing and availability
The Galaxy A3 Core is priced at NGN 32,500 (~Rs 6,200) in Nigeria. It is offered in Blue, Red and Black colours and can be purchased from Samsung stores and partner stores in the country.