Not to be outdone by the Chinese competitors in the mid-range smartphone segment, Samsung is revamping its product portfolio. A few weeks back, the upcoming Galaxy M44 5G made it to Geekbench. A few online leaks also appeared soon, hinting at decent specs and features. Now, the device has made it to the Bluetooth SIG certification website and that means the launch date is getting closer. The Galaxy M44 5G will be unveiled by the end of this year though the exact launch date is unknown.
Planned as a successor to the Galaxy M34 5G, the M44 5G will have a familiar Samsung design. It will have a triple rear camera setup and a matte exterior finish. The Bluetooth SIG certification shows the model number as SM-M446K. The device will have support for Bluetooth v5.2. Online leaks have hinted at the device being powered by the well-known Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. It will reportedly have 6GB RAM and launch with Android 13 OS. The overlay of One UI skin will be there too.
Samsung has not said much about the specs of the upcoming mobile and so some changes may be there in the model when it is launched. It may actually get a mid-range Exynos SoC, say some tech experts. This seems logical given the fact the Snapdragon 888 SoC is old now and it was used in yesteryears flagship phones quite a long time ago. The likelihood of the M44 5G getting the Exynos 1380 is there.