Samsung isn’t just getting ready for the February debut of the highly anticipated Galaxy S23. They also look to be preparing the Galaxy A34 5G for release. At this moment, we know almost everything about the Galaxy A34 5G, even down to the CPU, but we don’t know when it will be available.
However, a fresh report from MySmartPrice has an update. The Samsung Galaxy A34, model number SM-A346M, has passed FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification. This is one of those procedures that we occasionally see manufacturers take when a launch is approaching.
Galaxy A34 5G FCC certification
Does the listing, however, offer anything new about the Galaxy A34? It certainly does! Until today, there had been conjecture but no confirmed leaks about the smartphone’s battery and charging capabilities. We now know that the A34 will be capable of 25W fast charging according to this FCC listing. Nothing revolutionary, but always a pleasant addition.
Charging testing also included a Samsung charger with the model number EP-TA800. It has a type-C connection and, naturally, enables speeds of up to 25w, complementing the capabilities of the Galaxy S23.
In case you missed the Galaxy S34’s rumoured specifications, here’s a short recap of what’s been said on the internet:
- MediaTek Dimensity 1080 processor
- 6.6″ AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate
- Models with 6GB or 8GB of RAM are provided
- 128GB of storage
- A triple-camera setup consisted of:
- ○ 50MP main
○ 8MP ultrawide
○ 5MP macro
- 13MP selfie camera
- 5,000mAh battery capacity
- Android 13 out of the box