The Samsung Galaxy F55 and Galaxy C55 have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, confirming that both devices will have dual Wi-Fi 6
Despite Samsung is finalizing the details for the celebration of the first Unpacked of 2024an event that will take place next January 17 at 7:00 p.m., Spanish timeand in which the new Galaxy S24 will be releasedThe Korean firm also continues working to renew its lower-middle range and good proof of this is that they have reached us the first leaks of the new models of the Galaxy F and Galaxy C series.
Thus, recently, we have known the first details of the future Samsung Galaxy F55 and Galaxy C55two entry-level smartphones that are set to become Samsung’s next bestsellers in the most affordable price segment.
This is everything we know about the new Samsung Galaxy F55 and Galaxy C55
How do they confirm to us? from the specialized media SamMobilethe Wifi Alliance organization has certified two new cheap Samsung devices, specifically the Galaxy F55 and Galaxy C55.
As you can see in the screenshots that we leave you below these lines, the certification of the Galaxy F55 and Galaxy C55 in Wifi Alliance reveals that the model numbers of these two terminals They will be SM-E556B and SM-C5560 and that both devices will have Dual band Wi-Fi 6.
Everything seems to indicate that the Samsung Galaxy F55 will be a rebranded version of the Galaxy M55, so it is most likely that this new budget smartphone from Samsung will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor and that it shares other specifications with the Galaxy M55 such as its screen or battery.
As for the Samsung Galaxy C55, it seems that the Korean brand’s intention is revive the Galaxy C family five years after the last model in this series was released on the marketa Galaxy C8 that was launched in September 2017, although, at the moment, no further details have been revealed about this mysterious terminal.
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