Review Samsung Galaxy A03s – First launched in India, the Samsung Galaxy A03s is the latest smartphone from the South Korean electronics vendor. After yesterday releasing the Galaxy A52s 5G which has a faster processor.
Comes with claims of capable cameras, batteries and security features, there are still two other features that are superior, even though they are actually the same as the A03s. The rear camera, for example, has a 13MP main sensor with two 2MP sensors for portrait and macro photos.
Up front, there is a large 6.5-inch screen that uses the Infinity-V design. With a 720p HD resolution, the screen is quite ordinary, especially when compared to the Galaxy M12 which already has a 90Hz refresh rate. Inside the notch, there is a 5MP front camera for selfies and video calls.
The battery capacity of the Galaxy A03s is also made equal to 5,000 mAh, which is quite large in its class. Besides already supporting USB-C, the battery can be charged quite instantly via 15 watt fast charging.
this time Samsung decided to use the MediaTek Helio P35 on the Galaxy A03s. Basically, the Helio P35 series has the exact same architecture, fabrication and clock speed as the G35 series, both octa-core 12nm.
For the memory option itself, the Galaxy A03s comes with a maximum of 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. If it’s not enough, the microSD card slot inside can accommodate up to 1TB of capacity.