Samsung Galaxy A55 5G

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G spotted on NBTC, Galaxy A35 5G appears on MTC ahead of imminent launch

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  • Samsung Galaxy A55 5G has landed on the NBTC certification in Thailand.
  • These listings not only confirm the phone’s monikers and model names but also suggest their imminent global launch.
  • Both phones are expected to come with Exynos processor

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G have been on our radar for some time now. 91mobiles has spotted the Galaxy A55 5G on Thailand’s NBTC and the Galaxy A35 on Peru’s MTC Telecom registry. We also get to see an A35 placeholder on this website. So, it seems like Samsung is gearing up for a global release. Here’s everything we know about the two Galaxy phones:


Samsung Galaxy A55  5G, Galaxy A35 certification details

  • The NBTC appearance reveals the phone’s Galaxy A55 moniker and SM-A556E/DS model number.
  • SamsungGalaxy A55 will come with dual-SIM 5G support.
  • Although it may not come with a bundled charger, it could get 25W charging support.
  • As per its Geekbench listing, it could house an Exynos 1480 SoC with an Xclipse 530 GPU and 8GB RAM. The top clock speed of the phone could be 2.75GHz. On top of this, you could get Android 14-based OneUI software.
  • We also know the phone’s design thanks to leaked rendersposted in early January.
  • We have also spotted the Galaxy A35 in MTC filings with the SM-A3565 model number.
  • A low-res placeholder image suggests the Galaxy A35 could share a rear design similar to its predecessor.
  • The device is expected to support Bluetooth 5.3.
  • The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G could feature the Exynos 1380 chipset, a 6.6-inch display, Android 14-based OneUI software, 6GB of RAM, and 25W charging speed.
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In comparison, both Galaxy A34 and A54 brought a 6.6-inch 120Hz FHD+ sAMOLED panel, a 5,000mAh battery with 25W USB-C charging, and Android 13-based OneUI 5.1 software. However, their processor and cameras differed. The Galaxy A54 5G came with a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC, while the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G had an Exynos 1380 SoC. As for the cameras, the A54 sported a 50MP+12MP+5MP triple camera system on the back and a 32MP front camera, while the Galaxy A34 had a 48MP+8MP+5MP rear camera setup and a 13MP selfie snapper.

  • Samsung Galaxy A55 5G has landed on the NBTC certification in Thailand.
  • These listings not only confirm the phone’s monikers and model names but also suggest their imminent global launch.
  • Both phones are expected to come with Exynos processor

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G have been on our radar for some time now. 91mobiles has spotted the Galaxy A55 5G on Thailand’s NBTC and the Galaxy A35 on Peru’s MTC Telecom registry. We also get to see an A35 placeholder on this website. So, it seems like Samsung is gearing up for a global release. Here’s everything we know about the two Galaxy phones

Samsung Galaxy A55, Galaxy A35 certification details


  • The Samsung Galaxy A55 5GNBTC appearance reveals the phone’s Galaxy A55 moniker and SM-A556E/DS model number.
  • SamsungGalaxy A55 will come with dual-SIM 5G support.
  • Samsung Galaxy A55 5GAlthough it may not come with a bundled charger, it could get 25W charging support.
  • As per its Geekbench listing, it could house an Exynos 1480 SoC with an Xclipse 530 GPU and 8GB RAM. The top clock speed of the phone could be 2.75GHz. On top of this, you could get Android 14-based OneUI software.
  • We also know the phone’s design thanks to leaked rendersposted in early January.
  • We Samsung Galaxy A55 5Ghave also spotted the Galaxy A35 in MTC filings with the SM-A3565 model number.
  • A low-res placeholder image suggests the Galaxy A35 could share a rear design similar to its predecessor.
  • TheSamsung Galaxy A55 5G device is expected to support Bluetooth 5.3.
  • The Samsung Galaxy A35 5G could feature the Exynos 1380 chipset, a 6.6-inch display, Android 14-based OneUI software, 6GB of RAM, and 25W charging speed.
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