Samsung Galaxy M35 5G moves a step closer to launch with Bluetooth certification

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The Samsung Galaxy M35 5G (SM-M356B_DS) has bagged FCC and Dekra certifications, and it has now been certified by Bluetooth SIG, moving it a step closer to launch.

Thanks to FCC, we already knew that SM-M356B_DS would have Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, which has been corroborated by Bluetooth SIG. However, the phone’s moniker was yet to be confirmed, and that has now been confirmed by Bluetooth SIG.

Samsung Galaxy M35 5G moves a step closer to launch as it gets Bluetooth certified

Bluetooth SIG doesn’t divulge anything else about the Samsung Galaxy M35 5G, but FCC and Dekra revealed the smartphone would come with Wi-Fi 6, NFC, 25W charging, and a battery with a rated capacity of 5,880 mAh.

Last month, the SM-M356B was spotted on Geekbench with the Exynos 1380 SoC, Android 14, and 6GB RAM. The support page for the dual-SIM version has also been listed on Samsung’s Indian website, meaning it shouldn’t be too long before the Samsung Galaxy M35 5G goes official.


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