Samsung launches new mid-range 5G smartphone with an update promise every five years and a massive battery

Samsung launches new mid-range 5G smartphone with an update promise every five years and a massive battery
Samsung launches new mid-range 5G smartphone with an update promise every five years and a massive battery

Samsung has launched the Galaxy M35 5G, less than a year after announcing its predecessor (currently $203.99 on Amazon). In short, Samsung equips the new device with its Exynos 1380 processor which it completes with a 6.6-inch screen. In other words, the Galaxy M35 5G mirrors the Galaxy A35 5G that we reviewed earlier this year.

For reference, the Galaxy M35 5G’s Super AMOLED display sports 2,340 x 1,080 pixels, 1,000 nits, and a 120Hz refresh rate. Additionally, Samsung includes a 6,000mAh battery that supports wired charging 25 W via USB Type-C; The Galaxy M35 5G does not support wireless charging at all. Additionally, the handset offers dual SIM connectivity, although one of its two SIM card slots can be used for MicroSD card expansion if required.

Furthermore, Samsung equips the Galaxy M35 5G with three rear cameras: a 50 MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture and 4K/30 FPS video support, an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 2 MP auxiliary camera. . In addition, a 13 MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture takes care of the front optics. Like other recent Galaxy mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy M35 5G is expected to receive four major Android updates starting with Android 14, as well as a fifth year of Android security patch updates. Currently, the Galaxy M35 5G is only available in Brazil, with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, priced at BRL 2,699 (~$522).

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