Samsung Galaxy A72 has reportedly surfaced on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. The smartphone has allegedly been spotted on the FCC website with the model number SM-A725M that will come with 25W fast charging support. Recently, the handset had also appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking site and TUV Rheinland certification site. In addition to this, the Samsung Galaxy F62 and Galaxy M62 are also said to have listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification site. These allegedly appear with model numbers SM-E625F_DS and SM-M625F_DS, respectively.
According to the FCC listing, Samsung Galaxy A72 will come with the support for 25W fast charging. In fact, previous reports have also suggested 25W charging for this phone. It appears to be the same charging solution that the South Korean company offers with some of its existing mid-range and premium phones like Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy M51.
Samsung Galaxy A72 Specifications (Expected)
As of now, there’s very little information about the Samsung Galaxy A72, and the FCC listing doesn’t reveal any other specification details of the device. However, previous reports suggest some details about the handset’s display and processor. As per its Geekbench listing, the upcoming Galaxy smartphone will feature the Snapdragon 720G SoC. Further, some rumors claim that the phone will come with a 6.7-inch display, and it will have a 5G variant as well.
In terms of optics, the upcoming phone is speculated to come with quad rear cameras, which earlier was rumored to be Samsung’s first Penta-camera smartphone. However, new reports dismiss this rumor and claim that the phone will ‘indeed’ have a quad rear camera setup.
Currently, there is no information on the launch date of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A72 smartphone. However, the listings hint that it may not take too long for the phone to hit markets. Also, the company hasn’t provided any clarity on whether the phone will be available globally or restricted to specific regions.