Samsung is preparing to launch the new Galaxy A series phones in March, but before their official launch, we already know what the two mid-range smartphones will look like.
The famous leaker, Evan Blass, as usual, has lifted the veil from the official images of the Galaxy A35 and Galaxy A55 phones, which are supposed to be the successors to the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54, respectively. Both devices are expected to be launched in March.
The renders reveal the front and back of the phones, as well as four color options: Black, green, pink and white. Unsurprisingly, the smartphones inherit the design of their predecessors, with a 'Key Island' pattern that makes the power and volume buttons more prominent. Note, however, that The Galaxy A35 now has a camera holeInstead of the U-shaped notch found in the Galaxy A34.
What do we know about the Galaxy A35 and A55?
The Galaxy A55 could have an aluminum body, which will be an improvement over the Galaxy A54's plastic body. However, it can also be a plastic frame with a metallic finish. For its part, the Galaxy A35 will likely have a plastic frame, like the Galaxy A34.
Unfortunately, Both phones still have visible bezels and a large lower chinWhich makes smartphones much less beautiful than other devices from China. Other affordable and mid-range phones, like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13, Honor Magic6 Lite, and OnePlus Nord 3 5G, already offer much thinner bezels.
The Galaxy A55 will also be larger than the Galaxy A54, which could make it more premium. A render shared by Evan Blass also shows water splashing on the phones, which could indicate that they have the same water and dust resistance rating.E IP67 Such as Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34.
Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35 are expected to have 6.5-inch and 6.6-inch AMOLED displaysrespectively with A FHD+ definition And a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The Galaxy A55 is also said to feature a new Exynos 1480 chipset, which performed better on Geekbench than the Exynos 1380 chipset found in the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A35. Both phones will have it as well Up to 12 GB of RAM, Storage capacity up to 256 GB, Subordinate 5000 mAh batteries And one 25W fast charging. It will also likely work with Samsung's One UI 6 interface, which is built on Android 14 operating system.
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