Samsung Galaxy A05s will also debut as the Galaxy M15 and F15 4G

A new "Galaxy A05s" render. (Source: OnLeaks x MySmartPrice)
A new “Galaxy A05s” render. (Source: OnLeaks x MySmartPrice)

The Galaxy A05s is thought to launch as one of Samsung’s cheapest new smartphones of 2024. Now, according to a new tip, potential customers might have an idea of what to expect for their money already. That specs list now includes a well-worn 4G/LTE-only Qualcomm processor, a screen of decent resolution and an amount of RAM that could be described as moderate at best.

The Samsung “Galaxy A05s” has popped up in another new leak, and it looks like it brought friends this time. According to a tip attributed to the Google Play Console and Supported Devices List, it may be sold as the SM-E145F and SM-M145F as well as the SM-A057F and SM-A057G. 

Those model numbers hint at the potential of the device to re-brand as the heretofore missing 4G/LTE-only versions of the Galaxy F14 and M14 5G for markets such as India, yet to be sold under its original A05s name in others. The smartphone is projected to ship with Android 13 out of the box and with relatively fast (25W) charging (shame about the rumored battery size, though) regardless of name.

It is also now thought to go with a water-drop notched FHD+ display driven by the Snapdragon 680 out of the box, and to have a fluorescent green alternative to the black colorway used for its latest renders – which do also show standard Samsung triple rear camera rings, at least.

On that note, the A05s seems destined to have 6GB of RAM. Therefore, it now seems the only surprise left is the prices at which the OEM intends to sell the device – or, possibly, those devices.

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Deirdre O’Donnell, 2023-09-25 (Update: 2023-09-25)

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