Samsung is churning out new Galaxy A series smartphones like there’s no tomorrow. The most recent addition to the company’s portfolio of entry-level and mid-range Galaxy devices is likely to be the Galaxy A03s, the obvious sequel to the last year’s Galaxy A02s.
We don’t know when the smartphone will be officially introduced, but we do have something better to share with our readers. Key specs of the upcoming smartphone, along with several renders based on the phone’s design, have just been published by the folks at 91mobiles in collaboration with tipster @OnLeaks.
The main differences between the Galaxy A02s and the upcoming Galaxy A03s, at least when it comes to design, are the addition of a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a USB Type-C port rather than the micro USB port included with the former. Apart from these obvious changes, the phones seem mostly identical.
Samsung Galaxy A03s