Samsung Galaxy A35 5G Teases Imminent Launch as Official Support Pages Go Live

Sohail Akhtar

The buzz for Samsung’s Galaxy A35 5G is reaching new heights, with the latest hint coming from the official Samsung support pages in the UAE and the Philippines. The pages, now live, showcase the upcoming smartphone under the model number SM-A356E/DS, hinting at its imminent arrival in those regions.

The support page follows the device's earlier appearance on South Korea's RRA certification platform, which not only confirmed A35’s nearing launch but also treated viewers to some live images. Here are some additional leaks revealing the phone’s spec sheet.

The Galaxy A35 5G sports a sleek design with a flat rear panel encasing a triple-camera setup and an LED flash module. Leaked renders have already provided a glimpse of the front design, showcasing a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. 

Anticipated to feature a 6.6-inch display with an impressive 120Hz refresh rate, the Samsung 5G latest mobile promises a visually immersive experience. GeekBench listings have spilled the beans on its internals, denuding the built-in Exynos 1380 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM.

Tech heads should also know that the Galaxy A35 secures the latest Android 14 OS with One UI 6.1 custom skin right out of the box. Recent appearances on certification platforms like Bluetooth SIG and BIS have further fueled the anticipation. The listing showed Bluetooth 5.3 support with the device, which is a huge plus.

Meanwhile, the FCC database has been a treasure trove of information, confirming NFC support, 5G capabilities, and an SD card slot. As the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G gears up for its official debut, enthusiasts worldwide will soon get the opportunity to get their hands on this device alongside the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy A55 5G.


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