It appears that the successor to the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G, which was unveiled in April 2021, is on the horizon. The Samsung Galaxy M44 5G has recently obtained Bluetooth certification, signaling a significant step forward in its journey to the market.
The smartphone, designated as SM-M446K, has been listed on the Bluetooth SIG’s website, showcasing its compatibility with Bluetooth 5.2. However, detailed specifications and features remain undisclosed at this time.
Interestingly, the Galaxy M44 5G with the same model code had previously appeared on Geekbench, sporting Android 13, 6GB of RAM, and an unexpected inclusion of the Snapdragon 888 SoC. It’s worth noting that previous instances of fraudulent benchmark listings have been encountered, so it’s advisable to await verification from multiple reliable sources before confirming these details.