Samsung Galaxy A02 and Samsung Galaxy M02 have been leaked many times in the past, and now these two phones have been discovered on Wi-Fi certification sites. This implies that Samsung is actively developing new “Galaxy A” and “Galaxy M” series phones. The list barely reveals the specifications or functions of the phone, but it suggests that the release may not be too far away. These two phones are expected to be the successors to the Samsung Galaxy M01 and Samsung Galaxy A01 phones launched last year.
The two rumored phones-Samsung Galaxy A02 and Samsung Galaxy M02-have been listed on the Wi-Fi Alliance website respectively, with model numbers SM-A02F and SM-M02SF/DS. The listed Samsung Galaxy A02 and Samsung Galaxy M02 phones support 2.4GHz Wi-Fi b/g/n and Wi-Fi Direct. The list was published on the Wi-Fi Alliance website on November 11 two days ago. This shows that Samsung is actively working to launch these two phones in the near future.
In the past, Samsung Galaxy A02 has been found on Geekbench to have Android 10 software, 2GB RAM, and eight-core Qualcomm SoC (expected to be Snapdragon 450). The phone’s single-core score reached 746 points, a full score of 3,810 points. Later, it was also found on the Nemko AS certification site.
According to reports, Samsung Galaxy M02 was found on Geekbench with the same model number as SM-M025F, labeled with 3GB RAM and an eight-core Qualcomm processor, with a base frequency of 1.80GHz. This phone has a single-core score of 128 and a multi-core score of 486. The phone runs out of the box and runs on Android 10. Just earlier this month, Samsung Galaxy M02 was also found on the BIS certification site. According to reports, the phone was subsequently listed as providing dual SIM card capabilities.
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