After the Samsung Galaxy A04 and Galaxy A04s launched in September and October last year, it is almost time for the launch of the successors, the Galaxy A05 and A05s. Because of this, the duo has been popping up at various certification bodies around the world lately. We have also already seen the first Geekbench test of the Galaxy A05. But the Samsung Galaxy A05s has now passed FCC certification.
The certification doesn’t reveal much, but it shows the back of the Galaxy A05s and the charging options and speeds. Accordingly, the Samsung cell phone charges a 4,000 mAh battery with up to 25 watts. This is an interesting development as the Galaxy A04s had a larger 5,000mAh battery but only supported up to 15W charging.
However, this information should probably be taken with a grain of salt, since 5,000 mAh batteries have been standard for several years. It is therefore hard to imagine that Samsung would suddenly install a smaller battery in its low-end series.
The schematic drawing above right shows roughly the design of the back with a single camera ring. This seems to be large enough to accommodate two sensors. In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy A04s has three cameras on board.