Samsung Galaxy M35 5G certified by Bluetooth SIG

The Samsung Galaxy M35 5G (SM-M356B_DS) has passed Bluetooth certification. It is powered by an Exynos 1380 chipset.
Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Bluetooth

The Samsung Galaxy M35 5G (SM-M356B_DS) has already passed FCC and Dekra certifications and appeared in a Geekbench test last month. Now the Bluetooth SIG has certified the next M model, bringing the market launch one step closer. Thanks to the FCC, we already know that the SM-M356B_DS will have Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. This is exactly what the Bluetooth SIG has now confirmed. However, the model code of the Samsung smartphone was yet to be confirmed and this has now been done by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

The Bluetooth SIG reveals nothing else about the Samsung Galaxy M35 5G. The FCC and Dekra were more willing to provide information. Accordingly, the smartphone will have Wi-Fi 6 and NFC on board. The battery has a nominal capacity of 5,880 mAh and, typical for Samsung, charges at a slow 25 watts.

The Geekbench test of the Galaxy M35 with the model code SM-M356B revealed an Exynos 1380 chipset, 6GB of RAM and Android 14 as the operating system. The support page for the dual SIM version has already been spotted on Samsung’s Indian domain. Therefore, it shouldn’t be long before Samsung officially introduces the Galaxy M35 5G.


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