Samsung Galaxy A35 5G has Secured Bluetooth SIG Certification; Launch Nears

Sohail Akhtar

Samsung Galaxy A35 5G is inching closer to its official launch. And its recent sighting on Bluetooth SIG adds fuel to the speculations. The mid-range handset from the South Korean tech giant, with model numbers SM-A356B, SM-A356E, SM-A356E_DS, and SM-A356B_DS, appeared on the SIG certification platform, which indicates a nearing debut.

The online entry confirmed the device's presence and revealed support for Bluetooth 5.3. While SIG listing includes vague details, earlier sightings on platforms like BIS and FCC had hinted at the Galaxy A35's specifications, including 5G support, NFC capability, and an SD card slot. 

According to FCC, the charger model EP-TA800 will support Galaxy A35, indicating compatibility with 25W wired fast charging. Per the GeekBench listing, the phone achieved a single-core score of 697 points and a multi-core score of 2,332 points, delivering exceptional performance. 

The Samsung budget 5G mobile employs an Exynos 1380 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM. Running on the Android 14 operating system with the One UI custom skin, the Galaxy A35 will likely feature a 6.6-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, a 32MP selfie camera, and a 120Hz refresh rate. 

On the rear, a 50MP triple camera setup will grace the phone. While there is no official confirmation on the release date, these sightings suggest that Samsung might be gearing up for a launch in the first quarter. 

However, it's essential to approach this information with caution, as details may evolve closer to the official unveiling. Tech enthusiasts need to stay tuned for official announcements from Samsung regarding the Galaxy A35 5G.


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