Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Support Page Spotted on Samsung India Website; Acquires FCC and DEKRA Certifications

  • Samsung Galaxy M35 earlier appeared on Geekbench benchmark database.
  • The handset has already obtained Bureau of Indian Standard certification.

Samsung appears to be preparing to introduce a new M-series smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy M35 5G. The upcoming Galaxy M35 5G has appeared on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Dekra certification sites, according to 91Mobiles. The handset has also been spotted on the Samsung India Support website. Take a look at the details.

Samsung Galaxy M35 5G India Launch Imminent?

The Samsung Galaxy M35 5G’s support page has been listed on the Samsung India website. The upcoming M-series handset’s model number is SM-M356B/DS (DS represents dual-SIM functionality).

A few weeks back, the Samsung Galaxy M35 acquired the Bureau of Indian Standard certification, so its India launch was expected. However, the appearance of the support page on the official website suggests that the launch might just be around the corner.

Samsung Galaxy A35 5G Acquires Federal Communications Commission Certification

The Galaxy M35 has also cleared FCC certification in the United States. The listing reveals that the charging adapter with the model number EP-TA800 was used for testing. The Samsung EP-TA800 is a 25W USB Type-C fast-charging adapter. This implies that the upcoming M-series handset will feature 25W fast charging support.

The Samsung Galaxy M35 FCC listing also reveals the battery’s model number, EB-BM156ABY.

Samsung Galaxy M35 5G Might Feature 6000mAh Battery

The Samsung EB-BM156ABY battery has a rated capacity 5,880mAh as per the DEKRA listing. So, we can expect the Samsung Galaxy M35 to feature a 5,880mAh battery, which the company might market as a 6,000mAh unit.

Last month, the Samsung Galaxy M35 appeared on the Geekbench benchmark database, revealing an Exynos 1380 processor, a Mali G68 GPU, and 6GB of RAM. The listing also revealed that the handset will boot Android 14 out of the box.

Samsung hasn’t officially revealed anything about the Galaxy M35, but we expect the company to spill the beans in the coming weeks.