- Samsung Galaxy A02 has appeared on Geekbench
- The phone will come with 2GB RAM, Android 10, and MediaTek MT6739WW SoC
- Samsung Galaxy A02 launch is expected in the first half of 2021
Samsung Galaxy A02 specifications have appeared on Geekbench, suggesting the phone’s launch is around the corner. The Samsung Galaxy A02 with the model number SM-A022F seems to be the MediaTek variant of the one that appeared on Geekbench back in September. The Samsung Galaxy A02 specs that have appeared this week reveal a MediaTek processor. The phone scored 105 in the single-core and 332 in the multi-core tests, respectively, which are expected from an entry-level device. The listing suggests the Samsung Galaxy A02 will come with 2GB RAM, Android 10 OS, and MediaTek MT6739WW.
Interestingly, the Samsung Galaxy A02 had appeared on Geekbench back in September with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, probably the Snapdragon 450 SoC. This might suggest there could be multiple variants in the development depending on the region or it could be that Samsung may have scrapped the previous model. Furthermore, as per the earlier leaked specifications, the Samsung Galaxy A02 will pack 32GB storage and a 5,000mAh battery (rated capacity of 4,800mAh) that may not have fast-charging support. The Wi-Fi Alliance listing showed the phone will arrive with single-band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and run on Android 10 OS. We can speculate it may come with a 5.71-inch display with Infinity-V notch, 4G LTE connectivity, and OneUI custom skin on top. While not much else is known about the phone at the moment, the Galaxy A02 launch could happen in the first half of 2021 in select markets.