Samsung Galaxy A72 Receives TUV Rheinland Certification, Tipped to Feature 25W Fast Charging


Samsung Galaxy A72 has acquired TUV Rheinland certification for quick charging, as per a tipster. The certification reveals that the smartphone helps 9V at 2.77A charging, which is roughly 25W, the identical quick charging its predecessor the Galaxy A71 helps. Samsung Galaxy A72 has been topic to a number of leaks previously and is anticipated to launch in March. The smartphone is tipped to run on Android 11 and include as much as 8GB RAM.

A Samsung smartphone carrying the mannequin numbers SM-A725F/DS, SM-A725F acquired certification issued by TUV Rheinland Japan, as per a tipster on Twitter. The identical mannequin numbers have appeared on earlier certification websites; believed to be the Samsung Galaxy A72.

The smartphone will assist 9V at 2.77A charging, as per the itemizing, which is roughly 25W charging. Samsung Galaxy A71 helps the identical quick charging. It’s doable that the Samsung Galaxy A72 can even pack the identical 4,500mAh battery as its predecessor.

As per a current report, the Samsung Galaxy A72 might be priced $600 (roughly Rs. 43,900) onwards for the 5G variant, and $500 (roughly Rs. 36,600) onwards for the 4G variant. It’s anticipated to launch in March 2021.

Samsung Galaxy A72 was not too long ago spotted in a Geekbench itemizing, hinting that the 4G variant of the smartphone might be powered by a Snapdragon 720G SoC.

The smartphone’s design not too long ago surfaced on-line, the place it’s seen with 5 cutouts for digital camera sensors on the again. Latest stories, nonetheless, have suggested that Samsung Galaxy A72 could have a quad rear digital camera setup as an alternative of the penta rear digital camera setup it was earlier rumoured to characteristic. It’s expected to have a 64-megapixel main sensor and feature a 6.7-inch show. Alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy A72 counsel that it’ll have an analogous design because the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52.

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