News ECG: Samsung, a giant in South Korean technology, has released the Galaxy F04 in India. A 6.5-inch HD+ display and an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 SoC power the smartphone. The 5,000mAh battery of this Samsung smartphone supports 15W rapid charging.
Samsung Galaxy F04: Price
The low-cost Samsung Galaxy F04 is listed at $9,499. Customers can buy the phone in either Opal Green or Jade Purple. It will be on sale live on January 12, 2023. As part of the launch promotion, clients may also take advantage of a $1,000 discount when paying with an ICICI Bank credit card.
Additionally, consumers who buy this phone on the first day of the sale will save an additional $1,000. Customers may purchase the Samsung Galaxy F04 for $7 499 after taking advantage of both discounts.
Samsung Galaxy F04: Specifications
The 6.5-inch HD+ display on the Samsung Galaxy F04 has a resolution of 720×1560 pixels. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 SoC and 4GB RAM. The inbuilt capacity of this phone is 64GB, but it can be increased by up to 1TB by inserting a microSD card. The Samsung Galaxy F04’s operating system is Android 12 with Samsung’s customized One UI on top.
The dual SIM smartphone has two back cameras on it, one with a 13MP primary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture and the other with a 2MP depth sensor. It includes a 5MP camera sensor with f/2.2 aperture for selfies and video calls. This Samsung smartphone has a 5,000mAh battery and 15W quick charging capabilities.
Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series is reportedly coming in the first week of February. The upcoming handsets are expected to include additional features including satellite internet, a 200MP primary camera, and more. Ahmed Qwaider, a tipster, now asserts that the South Korean firm might do away with the 128GB base model with the forthcoming Galaxy S series.
The base model for the latest Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ variants is 128GB. The iPhone 14 from Apple’s most recent iPhone series offers 128GB of storage as the base model. With the iPhone 13 series, the Cupertino-based Corporation discontinued the 64GB option.