- The Samsung Galaxy A55 has been spotted on 3C certification.
- The listing reveals that the device will have 5G connectivity.
- The Galaxy A55 is expected to feature a new Exynos chipset with AMD graphics.
The Samsung Galaxy A55 is the upcoming addition from the company in its midrange A-Series. The is said to launch with the Exynos 1480 chipset which will be equipped with an AMD GPU. Samsung and AMD have been reportedly working together on this new Exynos chipset, and could soon debut with the Galaxy A55.
As per the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A55 has now cleared the 3C certification. The listing reveals the charging details of the device. The Galaxy A55 could soon launch in South Asian and other global markets.
Samsung Galaxy A55 Clears 3C Certification
The Samsung Galaxy A55 has been spotted on the 3C certification portal with the model number SM-A5560. The listing reveals that the device will feature 25W wired fast charging with a 9V/2.77A rating.
However, the device will not include a charging adapter in the box as Samsung has not certified any power adapter for the device on the 3C portal. The listing further confirms that the Samsung Galaxy A55 will be a 5G-enabled device.
As per previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy A55 is rumoured to feature the Exynos 1480 chipset, which is said to be co-developed by Samsung and AMD together. The GPU on this chipset could be the Xclipse 530 based on the RDNA 2 architecture of AMD graphics.
The Exynos 1480 will be the first mid-range chipset by Samsung to feature AMD graphics. Until now, Samsung was using AMD graphics only for its flagship Exynos series featured on the Galaxy S-Series. The company has not yet announced this chipset officially, and could directly unveil it during the launch of the Galaxy A55.
The Samsung Galaxy A55 is expected to launch in early 2024. The device has been reportedly in development for several months now, as Samsung may have been polishing its upcoming new midrange chipset.