Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Receives Bluetooth Certification, Nearing Launch

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy M35 5G is inching closer to its official release, as evidenced by its recent Bluetooth SIG certification. This follows earlier certifications from the FCC and Dekra, which revealed some key details about the phone.

Bluetooth Version Confirmed:

Samsung Galaxy M35 5G
Samsung Galaxy M35 5G
The Bluetooth SIG certification confirms the presence of Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity on the Galaxy M35 5G. This is the latest version of the Bluetooth standard, offering improvements in range, speed, and power efficiency. While Bluetooth SIG itself didn't disclose other specifications, previous certifications shed some light on what to expect.
Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Receives Bluetooth Certification
Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Bluetooth Certification

FCC and Dekra Certifications Offer Clues:

Thanks to FCC and Dekra certifications, we know that the Galaxy M35 5G will be equipped with Wi-Fi 6 for faster wireless connectivity. It will also support NFC for contactless payments and data sharing. The phone is expected to pack a decent-sized battery with a rated capacity of 5,880 mAh and support for 25W fast charging.

Possible Specs Revealed on Geekbench:

Last month, a device believed to be the Galaxy M35 5G (SM-M356B) surfaced on Geekbench. The listing indicated that the phone might run on the new Android 14 operating system and be powered by Samsung's Exynos 1380 SoC. It could also come with 6GB of RAM, but storage options remain unknown.

The appearance of a support page for the dual-SIM version on Samsung's Indian website further suggests that the official launch of the Galaxy M35 5G is just around the corner. With several certifications under its belt and key specifications coming into focus, the wait for this new mid-range 5G phone from Samsung shouldn't be much longer.