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The FCC Certifies The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G

A new certification has been obtained by the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G. It was noticed on the FCC website, providing some important information. Additionally, the listing suggests that the smartphone will soon be released. Recently, the Geekbench database revealed the existence of the Galaxy A35 5G. It had already been shown in renders that were leaked. The smartphone is anticipated to be released as the follow-up to the Galaxy A34 5G from last year.

5G bags for Samsung Galaxy A35, FCC

The SM-A356U and SM-A356E models of the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G have been observed on the FCC certification page. The listing indicates that an SD card slot, NFC, and 5G connectivity are supported. The charger for the smartphone is identified by the model number EP-TA800 in the test equipment support list. This implies that a 25W charger will be supported by the gadget.

The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is not disclosed in any further detail by the FCC certification. In the upcoming weeks, more certifications for the smartphone should be obtained. The gadget will supposedly be powered by an Exynos 1380 processor, according to the Geekbench database. It will come pre-installed with Android 14 OS and have 6GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is expected to have a flat design with a central island on the right side, according to leaked renders. Three camera sensors stacked vertically will be present. The smartphone is expected to have a 6.6-inch punch-hole display with low bezels that is positioned in the centre.

The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is expected to release in the second quarter of this year, along with the Galaxy A55, according to a story that surfaced earlier this month.

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