Samsung Galaxy A04 with Android 12 appeared on Wi-Fi Alliance certification

According to the latest report, the unreleased Samsung Galaxy A04 secretly entered the Wi-Fi Alliance database. The device has the model number SM-A045F/DS and offers dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity. In addition, the listing also shows that the phone is pre-installed with Android 12, which is expected to be One UI 4. The DS identifier in the model number also indicates support for dual SIM connectivity.


Renderings of the Samsung Galaxy A04s were exposed earlier this year, and Geekbench scores appeared earlier this month. The difference in specs between the Samsung A04 and A04s remains to be seen, though.

Recently, a device called Galaxy A04s (SM-A047F) appeared on Geekbench. The unreleased phone scored 152 single-core and 585 multi-core. Geekbench revealed that the device has an Exynos 850 chip inside, and the chipset is also used in other budget Samsung phones like the Galaxy A13 and Galaxy M13. In addition to the Exynos 850, the device comes with 3GB of RAM and comes with Android 12 pre-installed.

Leaked renders of the Galaxy A04s show a redesigned camera module on the back and a waterdrop notch on the front. According to speculation, the Galaxy A04s is equipped with a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD (60 Hz) screen and a 5000 mAh battery.


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