Samsung Galaxy F52 5G passes the Bluetooth SIG Certification

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Samsung Galaxy F52 5G has now received the Bluetooth SIG Certification. The company is working on launching the smartphone soon and the device made an appearance on the Chinese 3C Certificate listings last month.

Bluetooth SIG Certification

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The smartphone with model number SM-E5260 also appeared on the 3C Certification website. And now it has found its way into the Bluetooth SIG Certification. We can expect it to launch soon in the coming week.

The Bluetooth SIG confirms the device official name in the database. It carries a hardware version number REV1.0 and the software version number E5260.001. The listings reveal that the smartphone will come with Bluetooth 5.1 support. However, 25W fast-charging is confirmed by 3C. Moreover, other details such as display size, hardware specs, et cetera are not known as of now.

Furthermore, the DERKA certification reveals another Samsung smartphone in its listings. It gives the battery details of the possible Galaxy F32 4G which is to ship with a 6,000mAh battery. Again, its specs and other information remain unknown as of now.

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