Samsung Galaxy A34 5G to support 25W charging on US FCC website: report
The Samsung Galaxy A34 5G has appeared on the website of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with the model number SM-A346M. It appeared on the US regulator’s website shortly after it was listed on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification site. The listing hints at an imminent global launch of the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G, including India. The phone will debut as the successor to the Galaxy A33 and could be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC.
According to a report by My Smart Price, the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G has been spotted on the FCC list with the model number SM-A346M, a day after it was spotted on the BIS website with the model number SM-A346E. According to the report, the FCC listing indicates that the phone supports 25W wired charging. Prior to these listings, the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G was also spotted on the Bluetooth SIG database and benchmarking website Geekbench, which revealed some of its key specifications.
Previous reports suggested that the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G will sport a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate and is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC.
Additionally, an old leak claims that the phone will be launched in four color variants: Graphite, Lime, Silver and Purple. Other design leaks also suggest that the phone will have a teardrop-shaped notch on the screen to house the selfie camera.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A34 5G is slated to sport a triple rear camera setup at the rear comprising of a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 5-megapixel macro lens.
The new smartphone from the South Korean tech giant is expected to replace the Samsung Galaxy A33 which was launched in March 2022 in India. The price of the phone is Rs. 28,499 and runs on an Exynos 1280 octa-core SoC and 8GB of RAM. Alongside the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G, the Samsung Galaxy A54 is expected to be launched as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy A53.
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