Samsung Galaxy A55 5G Live Images by TENAA Fuel Anticipation for Imminent Launch

Sohail Akhtar

The Samsung Galaxy A55 5G is making waves once again as live images of the device surface on the TENAA certification platform. The shots come hot on the heels of the leaked live image of the Samsung Galaxy A35, building anticipation for the upcoming A-series lineup.

Spotting the model number SM-A5560, the live images showcased on TENAA unveil the Galaxy A55 5G with a distinctive boxy form factor and the Key Island feature introduced in the A15 and A25 models. The Key Island is a notable protrusion on the right frame housing the power and volume rocker buttons.

The back panel reveals a trio of vertically stacked cameras, emphasizing the phone’s direct heritage with the Galaxy S24 lineup. While the TENAA listing keeps additional details under wraps, the live images align with earlier CAD-based renders from approximately two months ago. 

Previous certifications from FCC, 3C, and TUV Rheinland have hinted at the Samsung new budget 5G mobile supporting 25W fast charging, which means a swift power boost for users always in a hurry. Rumors suggest a 5000mAh battery to go alongside the charging kit. 

Geekbench benchmarking has also given a sneak peek into the device's potential, revealing that the A55 is poised to draw power from the Exynos 1480 SoC. There are also some clues about the AMD graphics integrated with the processor. 

With the anticipated 8GB of starter RAM capacity, backed by a 5,000mAh battery unit, the Galaxy A55 5G is shaping up to be a formidable contender in the mid-range smartphone arena. The grapevine suggests the Galaxy A55’s possible debut between April and June, so there’s still some time for more developments.


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