Samsung Galaxy A05 Receives FCC Certification; Battery Size Revealed

Sohail Akhtar

In a recent development, we’ve discovered Samsung Galaxy A05 in the FCC’s certification database, following the footsteps of its counterpart, the Galaxy A05s, which received certification just last week. The certificate, issued by the US regulatory authority, highlights the smartphone's model codes as SM-A055F and SM-A055F/DS. 

While detailed specifications remain undisclosed on the FCC website, the certification does shed light on a crucial aspect: the battery size. The listing for Samsung Galaxy A05 reveals a battery with the model designation WT-S-N28, boasting a robust capacity of 5,000 mAh.

The A05’s battery size mirrors the capacity of its predecessor, the Galaxy A04, which debuted in August last year. Despite lacking the comprehensive spec sheet on the FCC listing, insights have emerged from other sources. Notably, Geekbench has unveiled that the Galaxy A05 will be powered by the Helio G85 SoC, enhancing its performance and efficiency.

With the included processor and an integrated Mali-G52 MC2 graphic engine, Geekbench gives the Samsung 4G new model a single and multi-core score of 419-1386. The device tested in the benchmark secures up to 4GBs of RAM, a significant upgrade over the A04’s 3GB Max RAM capacity. 


Until now, Samsung has remained tight-lipped about the Galaxy A05, leaving enthusiasts and consumers intrigued by the forthcoming offering. With the FCC certification marking a pivotal step forward, anticipation mounts around the nearing unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy A05. 

Insights from the internet confirm that A05 will appeal to the upper-end market segment since it intends to feature the full-fledged version of Android 13. Stay tuned for further updates as the smartphone's features, capabilities, and official release details are expected to surface in the coming weeks.


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