Samsung is rumored to be developing a new Galaxy A55 5G variant. It has been discovered in several reports and certifications. Now that the future device has been discovered in the Bluetooth SIG database, here are all the details.
Samsung Galaxy A55 appears Bluetooth SIG
The Galaxy A55 5G from the giant South Korean technology company, model number SM-A556E, appeared in the Bluetooth SIG database. The listing verifies support for Bluetooth 5.4 in addition to its name. It appears from the sighting in the database that the Galaxy A55 5G may be coming out soon. However, the certification platform unfortunately withheld any further finer details, such as specifications.
The Samsung Galaxy A55 was just discovered on the 3C and TUV Rheinland certifications. These also disclosed that the gadget is capable of 25W wired rapid charging. According to our earlier research, it is anticipated to become live in April or June of 2024. A 6.5-inch OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ resolution is rumoured to be featured on this model. The Exynos 1480 SoC and AMD GPU could be found under the hood of the next smartphone.
This smartphone could be powered by a huge 5,000mAh battery pack. It is possible for the rear to include three cameras: a 12-megapixel ultra wide angle lens, a 5-megapixel macro, and a 50-megapixel primary sensor. To capture selfies and make video calls, the front camera features a 32-megapixel camera. So stay tuned for more, as we’ll be posting updates when more details about this topic become available.
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