- Samsung Galaxy K748 with model number SM-K748U has made an appearance on the Bluetooth SIG database.
- Samsung Galaxy K748 will support Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity.
- Nothing is known about the Samsung Galaxy K-series smartphones, in terms of specifications.
Samsung is all set to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 series on February 1. Ahead of the Galaxy S23 series launch, we have spotted another upcoming Samsung smartphone, with the model number SM-K748U, on the Bluetooth SIG website. The Bluetooth Special Group certification listing also reveals the moniker of the smartphone, which is Samsung Galaxy K748.
Alongside, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy K748 has also been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standard certification database. Apart from the Galaxy K748, the Galaxy K741 and Galaxy K746 have also made an appearance on the BIS certification website. The appearance of Samsung Galaxy K748 on multiple certification websites does hint towards an imminent launch. Let us take a closer look at the details.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy K748 made an appearance on the Bluetooth SIG database with the model number SM-K748U. This appears to be the US variant of the device. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group listing reveals that the handset will feature Bluetooth 5.3 support.
Apart from it, we have also spotted the upcoming Galaxy K748 with the model number SM-K748B/DS on the BIS certification database. The variant that has been spotted on the BIS appears to be the Indian variant of the smartphone. Also, Samsung SM-K746B/DS and SM-K741B/DS have cleared BIS certification. These smartphones could launch as the Samsung Galaxy K746 and Galaxy K741.
This is the first time when these K-series smartphones have popped up on certification websites. Hence, as of now, nothing much is known about the upcoming Samsung K-series smartphone, in terms of specifications. However, we can expect these devices to appear on other certification websites in the coming days.
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