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Samsung Galaxy A05 and A05s Smartphones Listed on the SIRIM Certification Website

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A05 and Ao5s smartphones have now appeared on the SIRIM certification website. By now, the two devices have received multiple certifications, suggesting their launch to be imminent.

Here’s more about it.

Galaxy A05 and A05s SIRIM Certification

The Galaxy A05 and the A05s smartphones will be arriving as the successors to the previous Galaxy A04 and A04s models, and have made their appearance on the SIRIM certification platform with the model numbers of SM-A055F/DS and SM-A057F/DS, respectively.

The A05 smartphone has received the SIRIM certification with the type approval code of RGQL/53F/0923/S(23-4118), and the A05s model has been certified with the type approval code – RGQL/52F/0923/S(23-4125). Both the devices have been categorized as mobile phones.

Galaxy A05 and A05s Spotted on SIRIM

Speaking about the other certifications received by the two devices, the Galaxy A05 smartphone have been certified by the Bluetooth SIG and FCC certification authorities. The device has also made its way to many official databases, which includes the Geekbench, Google Play Console and IMEI databases. The Galaxy A05s was also spotted on the IMEI database and has received the IMDA certification from Singapore.

About their specifications, both the smartphones are going to be 4G devices with 2G, 3G and 4G network connectivity support and is likely to have single SIM and dual SIM variants, as suggested from the FCC listing of the Galaxy A05 smartphone. The devices will also have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity support as well.

The Galaxy A05 smartphone from its Geekbench appearance is confirmed to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset and is to run on the Android 13 operating system. It is also revealed to have a 4GB RAM variant too. Its Bluetooth certification had also confirmed that it will support Bluetooth 5.3.

More about the two upcoming smartphones can be expected soon itself and with which, we’ll be getting to know the devices more better. Until then, don’t forget to stay tuned.

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