Samsung Galaxy A72 has purportedly surfaced on the US Federal Communications Fee (FCC) web site with 25W quick charging assist. The Samsung cellphone has appeared with the mannequin quantity SM-A725M. The Samsung Galaxy A72 was additionally not too long ago noticed on the TUV Rheinland certification and Geekbench benchmarking websites. Along with the Galaxy A72, the Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 have reportedly been listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification website with mannequin numbers SM-E625F_DS and SM-M625F_DS, respectively. The Samsung Galaxy M62 was additionally not too long ago noticed on the Wi-Fi Alliance website with the identical mannequin numbers.
The US FCC itemizing suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A72 would include a journey charger that helps 25W quick charging. This seems to be the identical charging answer that Samsung has bundled with a few of its current mid-range and premium telephones, together with the Samsung Galaxy M51 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. A earlier report had additionally suggested 25W charging on the Samsung Galaxy A72.
Aside from the charging particulars, the FCC itemizing does not give away some other specs of the Samsung Galaxy A72. Nevertheless, its Geekbench listing suggests the Snapdragon 720G SoC. The cellphone can also be rumoured to have a 5G variant and may come with a 6.7-inch display.
Along with the purported FCC itemizing of the Samsung Galaxy A72, the Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 have appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website with mannequin numbers SM-E625F_DS and SM-M625F_DS, respectively, as reported by GizmoChina. That itemizing suggests Bluetooth v5.zero on each telephones.
Particulars in regards to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A72, Galaxy F62, and the Galaxy M62 are but to be revealed. The corporate can also be but to supply readability on their existence and whether or not the telephones shall be particular to any markets.
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