Earlier today, the Samsung Galaxy A35 surfaced in a leaked live image. Now, another upcoming A-series phone has been spotted on the TENAA certification platform. Unsurprisingly, it is the Samsung Galaxy A55 5G which has leaked plenty of times in the past. The device has been picking up various certifications hinting at its imminent launch. Rumor has it that the A55 5G may debut between April to June period.
Samsung Galaxy A55 5G appears in live image on TENAA
The Samsung Galaxy 55 5G has been spotted on the TENAA certification with model number SM-A5560. The live images posted on the platform reveal the device with a boxy form factor and Key Island that was introduced on the A15 and A25. The latter is simply a protrusion on the right frame housing power and volume rocker buttons. The smartphone has three vertically stacked cameras on the back panel.
TENAA listing and leaked CAD-based renders
The TENAA listing does not reveal any additional information of the Galaxy A55 5G. The live images are in line with the leaked CAD-based renders from nearly two months ago. As per FCC, 3C, and TUV Rheinland databases, the smartphone will support 25W fast charging.
Benchmarking and expected specifications
The Samsung Galaxy A55 5G has already appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. As per the database, it will be powered by an Exynos 1480 SoC and may or may not feature AMD graphics. The device is expected to pack 8GB RAM and is tipped to be backed by a 5,000mAh battery unit.