Galaxy A04 Core, Samsung’s successor to last year’s Galaxy A03 Core, is still expected to be a starter smartphone and has been on Geekbench.
According to Geekbench data, Samsung Galaxy A04 Core is SM-A042F and runs Android 12. The leaked Samsung Galaxy A04 Core is equipped with 3GB of running memory, but there are other running memory specifications available.
Samsung Galaxy A04 Core adopts Mediatek MT6765V/CB chip, which is most likely to be Mediatek Helio P35 chip. In terms of performance, the Samsung Galaxy A04 Core scored 802 for single Core and 3556 for multi-core. For reference, the Samsung Galaxy A21, which also has Mediatek’s Helio P35 chip, scored 782 for single cores and 3,996 for multiple cores.
On June 15 this year, a rendering of the Samsung Galaxy A04 Core was revealed by WinFuture. As you can see from the rendering, the Samsung Galaxy A04 Core will be available in black, green and red, with a drop-screen design and a rear-mounted monoculture and LED flash.
In addition, Galaxy A04 Core will have a SIM card slot on the left side, and the power button and volume button will be on the right side of the phone. It should be noted that the machine does not support fingerprint recognition.
The Mediatek Helio P35 chip uses an eight-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU with a top frequency of 2.3ghz and is equipped with an IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU with a top frequency of 680MHz, Igeekphone has learned. The chip is made from TSMC’s 12nm FinFET process and features low power consumption, which will provide long battery life.