After launching the Galaxy S20 FE with a focus on cost-effectiveness in terms of top of the line, Samsung has now started to focus on updating its entry line. Proof of this is that two devices called Galaxy A02 and M02 have received the necessary bluetooth certification, indicating an imminent launch.
With this, the South Korean company will update the current Galaxy A01 and M01 smartphones, bringing more options for fans of the brand. According to what was revealed by the certification, both models will have features such as Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and 4G connectivity. In addition, the model number of each smartphone corresponds to the SM-A025F and SM-A025M for the Galaxy A02 and SM-M025F for the Galaxy M02.
Speaking of configurations, no extra details have been shared by the Bluetooth certification. However, a recent Geekbench listing revealed that the Galaxy A02 will hit the market with a Qualcomm chipset, possibly the Snapdragon 450, in addition to 2GB of RAM and Android 10 as the operating system.
Unfortunately, there are no clues as to when Samsung will launch these two smartphones. However, given that certifications are already underway, we can conclude that it will be soon.