Samsung Galaxy A35 5G Clears FCC Certification; Launch Imminent with Two Models

Sohail Akhtar

The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is gearing up for launch, as evident from its recent certification by the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC updated its website with new listings under the model numbers SM-A356U and SM-A356E. It unveils crucial details about the upcoming smartphone while suggesting an imminent release. 

Aiming to be the successor to Galaxy A34 5G from the previous year, the Galaxy A35 5G has been appearing in leaks and benchmarks, building anticipation among Samsung enthusiasts. Its model numbers, SM-A356U and SM-A356E, now appear on FCC to reveal AC stats.

According to the FCC document, the Galaxy A35 5G will support 5G connectivity, include NFC capabilities, and feature an SD card slot for expanded storage. Notably, the charger mentioned in the certification has the model number EP-TA800, indicating compatibility with a 25W charger.

While the listing doesn't divulge additional specifications, previous information from the Geekbench suggests that the Samsung 5G latest mobile will be equipped with an Exynos 1380 processor, 6GB of RAM, and will run on the Android 14 operating system out of the box. 

Leaked renders of the device showcase a flat frame with a prominent key island on the right side and a vertically stacked triple-camera setup on the rear. It will bear a 6.6-inch display with a centered punch-hole design, offering minimal bezels.

Rumors from earlier this month hinted at a second-quarter release for the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G, likely alongside the Galaxy A55. As the device secures additional certifications, more details about its features and specifications are to surface in the coming weeks.


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