Every week, more details about the Galaxy M34 5G emerge, and Samsung is seemingly pushing the device closer to its debut. We're now kicking off the last week of June with news about the Galaxy M34 5G visiting the FCC. Aside from the regulatory agency's online documents hinting at a release closing in, the papers also confirm a model number and some connectivity specs.
It's not much, as the FCC rarely (if ever) discloses key hardware details, but the Galaxy M34 5G features model number SM-M346B/DS, which pretty much confirms that the phone has 5G connectivity and dual-SIM capabilities. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth, NFC, and Wi-Fi 802.11 /b/g/n/ac (Wi-Fi 5). (via MySmartPrice)
A 5,000mAh battery with 25W charging?
Although the FCC doesn't say anything about the phone's battery, the documents mention that the device underwent testing with the help of a Samsung 25W charger, model number EP-TA800. On its own, this information doesn't confirm that the Galaxy M34 has 25W charging capabilities, but it at least suggests that the Galaxy M34's battery won't surpass 25W speeds.
Besides, the Galaxy M34 5G is supposedly a renamed Galaxy A34 5G with a redesigned exterior. Reports say the phone is powered by the same MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chip as the A34, so it should be no surprise that the Galaxy M34 also features a 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging capabilities.
Other rumored specs include 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage expandable via microSD, a 48MP primary camera next to an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP macro sensor, a 32MP selfie camera, and Android 13 with One UI 5.1 on top. There's no official word on when the Galaxy M34 5G will go on sale, so whether it will happen before or after Unpacked, which Samsung is expected to host in Korea on July 27, is to be determined. For what it's worth, Amazon has already started teasing the launch of the Galaxy M34 5G in India.