The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G has been certified by a new organization. Some key details were revealed when it was spotted on the FCC website. The listing indicates that the smartphone is about to be launched. Recently, the Geekbench database spotted the Galaxy A35 5G. Leaked renders in the past have included it. The smartphone is anticipated to replace the Galaxy A34 5G that was released last year.
Samsung Galaxy A35 5G bags that are approved for FCC
Model numbers SM-A356U and SM-A356E have been observed on the FCC certification website for the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G. According to the listing, there is support for 5G connectivity, NFC, and a SD card slot. The model number EP-TA800 can be found on the smartphone charger in the test equipment support list. This indicates that a 25W charger will be compatible with the device.
Additional details about the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G are not provided by the FCC certification. In the coming weeks, we can expect the smartphone to receive more certifications. Geekbench database indicates that the device will have an Exynos 1380 processor as its power source. The device will be equipped with 6GB of RAM and will be preinstalled with the Android 14 operating system.
The flat frame with a key island on the right side is revealed in the leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G. The camera sensors will be vertically stacked. According to reports, the smartphone has a 6.6-inch punch-hole display that is center aligned and has minimal bezels.
The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G and Galaxy A55 are expected to arrive in the second quarter of this year, according to a report released earlier this month.