As it prepares to announce the Galaxy A04, Samsung has also started testing a cheap new smartphone known as the Galaxy M04. The news was already expected and was revealed this Thursday thanks to a listing on Geekbench.
According to the benchmark platform, the new smartphone is numbered SM-M045F, and it can be released with MediaTek Helio G35 processor (MT6765V/WB).
In addition, the tested Galaxy M04 has 3 GB of RAM and already runs Android 12 natively.
The set scored 861 points in the single-core test and 4233 in the multi-core test.
For now, the other specifications of the Galaxy M04 are kept secret, but that could change at any time. That’s because usually the M line smartphone is basically the A with some adjustments to increase the cost-benefit.
Taking this “logic” into account, we can expect a Galaxy M04 with a 6.5-inch TFT screen and only HD+ resolution. In addition, the main rear camera can have a resolution of up to 48 MP.
As is common in this smartphone category, the M04 can still out of the box with up to 5,000mAh battery which supports 15W charging. So far, there is no release date for this cheap, but that could change soon.
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