A few days ago TENAA certified the Samsung SM-C5560, which will likely be sold as the Galaxy C55. Now the Wi-Fi Alliance has issued a certificate for this same model number, indicating that a global launch is near. It’s not just that, the SM-E555B/DS was also certified, this one should be the Galaxy F55.

Both phones support dual-band Wi-Fi 6, which has been the standard for a while now (Wi-Fi 7 is too new to debut on a mid-ranger). The Galaxy F55 will likely be a localized version of the Galaxy M55. A few months ago the M55 was spotted running Geekbench with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 and 8GB of RAM. This is in contrast with the A55, which is expected to use an Exynos 1480 instead.

Wi-Fi Alliance certificates: Galaxy C55
Wi-Fi Alliance certificates: Galaxy F55
Wi-Fi Alliance certificates: Galaxy M55.

Wi-Fi Alliance certificates: Galaxy C55 • Galaxy F55 • Galaxy M55.

Then there’s the Galaxy C55. Unfortunately, we only have the TENAA details to go on – unknown chipset, 8/12GB of RAM, 128/256GB storage and a 50+8+2MP triple camera. It appears that the battery will have 5,000mAh capacity, the same as many other mid-rangers in the Galaxy family.

The C-series has been lying dormant for quite a while, we have to rewind the tape over 5 years to find the last entry – the Galaxy C7 (2017). It was a very popular series when it was around, but these days the company is mostly focused on the A and M phones with some local versions like the F series. The C55 itself could be a rebranded version of either an A or an M phone, of course.

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