Samsung announced the Galaxy A02s in November 2020 as one of the most affordable Galaxy A-series smartphones. It arrived in India as the Galaxy M02s. Now Samsung is working on the successor to the Galaxy A02s, and it will be called the Samsung Galaxy A03s. The support page of the upcoming Galaxy A03s is also live on Samsung’s official Indian website via Gizmochina, suggesting an imminent launch.
There haven’t been any leaks regarding its price in the past. Today, however, we have found pricing details alongside colour options and memory configuration through a European retailer listing. As per the listing, the upcoming Galaxy A03s will be priced at €153.89 in Europe for the 3GB+32GB variant. To recall, Galaxy A02s was launched in a single 3GB RAM and 32GB storage configuration with a price tag of €150 via GSMArena. So, we could see a similar pricing tag with the upcoming Galaxy A03s too. The retailer listed only a 3GB+32GB model but there could be other memory configurations as well. Talking about colour options, the A03s will arrive with Blue, Black and White colour options.
A few weeks ago, a leak via 91Mobiles revealed Galaxy A03s’s design completely alongside some of its key details. The renders show that its display will be sporting a V-shaped notch. It looks very similar to the Galaxy A02s. However, A03s will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and will have a USB Type-C port. Key specs include a 6.5-inch display, 13MP triple rear cameras along with two 2MP cameras, and a 5MP selfie camera.
The A03s appeared on Geekbench and FCC via MySmartPrice that revealed the handset will be powered by the Helio G35 chipset, and it will pack a large 5000mAh battery.
There is no official word on the A03’s launch date at the moment. However, it could go official in Europe this month.