Samsung Galaxy F55 gets Bluetooth certified, could launch as Galaxy M55 in some markets

A Samsung device with model code SM-E556B/DS was certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance last month. The Samsung device is called the Galaxy F55, although the certification authority has not revealed its name. And it is true.

This confirmation comes from the Bluetooth SIG as it has certified the SM-E556B_DS and listed it as the Galaxy F55 on its website.

The certification authority revealed that the Samsung Galaxy F55 will have Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity but did not reveal other specifications. However, it lists the SM-C5560 on the same page as the Galaxy M55, which means the Galaxy F55 and Galaxy M55 are the same phone for different markets.

Previous rumors have claimed that the SM-C5560 is the Galaxy C55 and the SM-M556E/DS is the Galaxy M55, both receiving Wi-Fi Alliance certification. There’s also the SM-M556B, which was spotted on Geekbench last November with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC and 8GB of RAM.

We will get more clarity about these phones as more information comes out

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