Samsung Galaxy A05's battery capacity revealed by FCC
The Samsung Galaxy A05s got FCC certified last week, and now the Galaxy A05 has also bagged FCC certification. The US certifying authority's website lists the smartphone with model codes SM-A055F and SM-A055F/DS. It doesn't detail the Samsung Galaxy A05's specs sheet, but it did reveal the phone's battery size.
The Samsung Galaxy A05 is listed on FCC with a battery having model designation WT-S-N28 and 5,000 mAh capacity. That's the same size as its predecessor, Galaxy A04, unveiled last August.
We are yet to hear anything about the Galaxy A05 from Samsung, but thanks to Geekbench, we know it will be powered by the Helio G85 SoC.
- 29 Aug 2023
That just how it is atleast xiaomi is selling their phones 10% - 20% less maybe even more comparing it to samsungs budget phones with comparable specs & they are using 64 bit android unlike samsung using the soon to be obsolete 32 bit.
- 28 Aug 2023
If you think that you've never used it. Realme UI pretty much just has the Google apps and I had Netflix on it, which I couldn't get rid of, so that's the only thing I can count as "bloat", but then again millions use i...
- 28 Aug 2023
2023, and Chinese companies such as Xiaomi and Realme are putting out eMMC phones. Samsung is a flash memory maker and flash prices are crashing. Put the nail in the coffin and end eMMC to cut costs.