Samsung Galaxy M34 5G spotted on FCC: key specs revealed

Samsung is getting ready to introduce the Galaxy M34 5G, a new M-series smartphone. The firm spilled the beans about its arrival, but the company has not disclosed the launch date. The model number of the Galaxy M34 5G is SM-M346B/DS, which was specified in the FCC certification. It’s no doubt that the device will step into India and will be available for purchase on Amazon, and it featured a teaser film that confirmed that the device would be equipped with a triple-camera configuration.

Alongside the Galaxy F34 5G, the Galaxy M34 5G was recently spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards(BIS) certification website. The Galaxy M34 5G has received certification from the Federal Communications Commission(FCC), which implies that the amount of ionizing radiation complies with the established FCC standards. This establishes the smartphone’s status as a 5G device and qualifies it for sale in the US. The three color options for the Galaxy M34 5G are white, light blue, and dark blue. It sports a notched display.

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According to the reports, the Samsung Galaxy M34 5G has a 50MP triple back camera that provides blur-free images and movies. The MediaTek Dimensity 1080 CPU is anticipated to power the Galaxy M34 5G, among other features. There will also be filters, quick shooting, and low-light photography tools. Samsung is anticipated to have at least three RAM and storage options for the Galaxy M34 5G, one of which may be a combination of 8GB + 128 GB.

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The smartphone’s 6.4-inch AMOLED screen features a refresh rate of 120Hz and a 6,000mAh battery, which has two-day battery life. The speaker grille, USB Type-C port, and headphone jack are located at the bottom of the phone. For security purposes, there will be a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

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