A few days ago TENAA certified the Samsung SM-C5560, which will likely be sold as the Galaxy C55. Now the Wi-Fi Alliance has issued a certificate for this same model number, indicating that a global launch is near. It’s not just that, the SM-E555B/DS was also certified, this one should be the Galaxy F55.
Both phones support dual-band Wi-Fi 6, which has been the standard for a while now (Wi-Fi 7 is too new to debut on a mid-ranger). The Galaxy F55 will likely be a localized version of the Galaxy M55. A few months ago the M55 was spotted running Geekbench with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 and 8GB of RAM. This is in contrast with the A55, which is expected to use an Exynos 1480 instead.
Then there’s the Galaxy C55. Unfortunately, we only have the TENAA details to go on – unknown chipset, 8/12GB of RAM, 128/256GB storage and a 50+8+2MP triple camera. It appears that the battery will have 5,000mAh capacity, the same as many other mid-rangers in the Galaxy family.
The C-series has been lying dormant for quite a while, we have to rewind the tape over 5 years to find the last entry – the Galaxy C7 (2017). It was a very popular series when it was around, but these days the company is mostly focused on the A and M phones with some local versions like the F series. The C55 itself could be a rebranded version of either an A or an M phone, of course.
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