Recently, the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G received a new certification. Some important details have been revealed by spotting it on the FCC website. There is also a hint in the listing that the smartphone will soon be released. Recently, the Galaxy A35 5G was discovered on the Geekbench database. It has previously been seen in leaked renders. It is anticipated that the smartphone will be released as the follow-up to the Galaxy A34 5G from last year.
bags FCC for Samsung Galaxy A35 5G
Under the model numbers SM-A356U and SM-A356E, the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G has been observed on the FCC certification website. Support for NFC, an SD card slot, and 5G connectivity are revealed in the listing. The smartphone charger’s model number is EP-TA800 in the test equipment support list. This suggests that a 25W charger will work with the device.
The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G’s FCC certification does not provide any new information. In the upcoming weeks, we should anticipate the smartphone obtaining more certifications. The Exynos 1380 processor is expected to power the device, according to the Geekbench database. It will come with Android 14 OS out of the box and 6GB of RAM on board.
According to leaked renders, the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G will have a flat design with a central island on the right side. It will have three camera sensors stacked vertically. A 6.6-inch punch-hole display with thin bezels that is oriented in the center is expected to be the smartphone’s main feature.
According to a report from earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is expected to launch in the second quarter of this year along with the Galaxy A55.