Samsung Galaxy A35 first update improves "4G TDD"

The Samsung Galaxy A35 is the company’s latest mid-range offering. The company has now started rolling out the first update for the smartphone in Europe.

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Samsung Galaxy A35 Specs

The Samsung Galaxy A35 has been officially announced on March 11, 2024. The smartphone comes with a triple-camera setup: 50 MP (wide) + 8 MP (ultrawide) + 5 MP (macro) and 13 MP (wide) on the front for clicking selfies. The phone is fueled with Li-Po 5000 mAh + 25W wired battery.

The device supports IP67 dust/water resistance (up to 1m for 30 mins). It is packed with 6 GB, 8 GB RAM with 128 GB, 256 GB internal storage options. Samsung Galaxy A35 display size is 6.6 inches Super AMOLED, which provides 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution.

The sensors include under display, optical fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, compass + virtual proximity sensing. It also features USB Type-C 2.0, GPS, GALILEO, GLONASS, BDS, QZSS, and Bluetooth 5.3. The device is available in various colors including Black; other colors.

Samsung Galaxy A35 Update

The update targets the Galaxy A35s bearing the model number SM-A356B and focuses on improving the phone’s 4G connectivity.

The smartphone does have 5G connectivity support, but Samsung seems to be improving the 4G connectivity aspect with the update. It specifically addresses “Regional LTE TDD band support” according to the changelog.

Here’s what the changelog read:

“Please note that models purchased in Germany cannot receive signals in LTE TDD bands in the following countries: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic.”

The reason behind this limitation remains unclear, though.

How to update Samsung Galaxy A35

Nonetheless, Europen users of Galaxy A35 should receive the update automatically within the next few days. Alternatively, you can manually check for the update by navigating to Settings > Software update > Download and install.


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