Samsung SM-G5510 gets certified by the FCC
It was just a little over one week ago when we reported that two new smartphones from Samsung had already been to the Wi-Fi alliance to get their certifications and while their names were not given and we have not even seen anything as regards that till date, one of these devices has shown up again and this time, it is to get a certification from FCC.
It has already been rumoured that these smartphone units correspond to a Galaxy On model and while these claims are still unverifiable for now, both of the smartphones have gone to the TENAA office and received their certifications from the Chinese agency while the alleged Galaxy On5 second generation model has now received its own FCC badge to boot.
Carrying a model number of SM-G5510, the smartphone has already had a test run through GFXBench and it has revealed that the 4.8 inches’ smartphone would carry a QUALCOMM snapdragon 425 chipset which would offer four cores and a clock speed of 1.4GHz.
Inside the package is a 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage space, which is more than enough to hold pictures taken by the 12MP rear camera and the 5MP unit on the front too. To cap it all off, it would come with Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box.
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