The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G has received a new certification. It was spotted on the FCC’s website, which reveals some key details. The listing also hints at an imminent launch of the smartphone. Recently, the Galaxy A35 5G was spotted in the Geekbench database. It has previously appeared on leaked renders. The smartphone is expected to be the successor to last year’s Galaxy A34 5G.
Samsung Galaxy A35 5G has received FCC approval
Samsung Galaxy A35 5G was spotted on the FCC certification website under the model numbers SM-A356U and SM-A356E. The list includes support for 5G communication, NFC and an SD memory card slot. In the list of test equipment support, the smartphone charger has the model number EP-TA800. This indicates that the device will support a 25W charger.
The FCC certificate does not reveal any additional details about the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G. We can expect the smartphone to receive more certificates in the coming weeks. According to the Geekbench database, the device will reportedly be powered by an Exynos 1380 processor. It will have 6 GB of RAM and will ship with Android 14 out of the box.
Leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G show that it will have a flat bezel with a key island on the right side. It will have three vertically placed camera sensors. The smartphone will be equipped with a 6.6-inch display with a centered punch with minimal bezels.
According to a report published earlier this month, Samsung’s Galaxy A35 5G will be available alongside the Galaxy A55 in the second quarter of this year.