It is said that Samsung Galaxy A72 has released 25W fast charging support on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. Samsung mobile phone has appeared, the model is SM-A725M. The Samsung Galaxy A72 was also recently discovered on the TUV Rheinland certification and Geekbench benchmark sites. According to reports, in addition to the Galaxy A72, Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 are also listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification site, with models as SM-E625F_DS and SM-M625F_DS, respectively. The Samsung Galaxy M62 was also recently found on the Wi-Fi Alliance website and has the same model number.
The US FCC list shows that Samsung Galaxy A72 will be equipped with a travel charger that supports 25W fast charging. This seems to be the same charging solution that Samsung has bundled with some of its existing mid-range and premium phones, including the Samsung Galaxy M51 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The previous report also recommended 25W charging on the Samsung Galaxy A72.
In addition to charging details, the FCC list did not disclose any other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A72. However, its Geekbench list recommends Snapdragon 720G SoC. There are also rumors that the phone has a 5G version and may be equipped with a 6.7-inch display.
Initially, there were rumors that the Samsung Galaxy A72 was the company’s first penta camera phone. However, it was later speculated that it will be equipped with four rear cameras.
According to GizmoChina reports, in addition to the so-called FCC list of the Samsung Galaxy A72, Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website respectively, with models as SM-E625F_DS and SM-M625F_DS. The list indicates that both phones support Bluetooth v5.0.
Samsung Galaxy M62 also appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance website with the same model number SM-M625F/DS. The list recommends a 5GHz Wi-Fi connection and Android 11.
Details regarding the launch of Samsung Galaxy A72, Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 have not been revealed. The company has not specified their existence and whether these phones will target any market.
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