It is reported that Samsung may unveil the major smartphone from its new Galaxy A (2021) Series soon. As we all know, those leading smartphones are Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72. Both smartphones have already clear many certifications. Recently, the Galaxy A72 has once again been listed on another certification site.
Today, the Galaxy A72 has been spotted on the FCC Certification with a model number: SM-A725M/DS, which points us that this is the 4G Dual SIM Version of Galaxy A72. In the FCC Certification, a few specifications have been mentioned.
It can be seen that the Galaxy A72 4G version will come with the Samsung’s old 25W charger (EP-TA800). The same 25W charger Samsung has been using since the Galaxy Note10 series. The phone is also equipped with a USB Type-C port, as it comes with Type-C to Type-C cable out the box.
In addition to the USB Type-C port, the Galaxy A72 also got a 3.5mm headphone jack, as it also comes with 3.5mm pin earphones. In the certification, a live screenshot of the device is also mentioned in which it can be observed that the device uses a punch-hole in the top-center, as the status bar placement showing.
As per previous reports, the Galaxy A72 will feature a 6.7 Inches AMOLED Display with a center punch-hole. An on-screen fingerprint scanner is also expected. It is also reported that Galaxy A72 will be available in two storage options: 128GB Priced At €449 and 256GB Priced at €509.
It is also confirmed that the Galaxy A72 will be powered by Snapdragon 720G chipset, based on 8nm manufacturing. It got the highest frequency, about 2.3GHz. The chipset doesn’t support 5G network connectivity.
For now, the launch of both Galaxy A Series smartphone is expected soon, as the support page for both devices is already live.