Samsung Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 unboxing video posted by a YouTube channel. The devices are expected to be unveiled on March 15 globally.
Ahead of the official announcement, the YouTube channel TD Review published an unboxing video of Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54 smartphones. The video showcases what’s in the box, and how the new phones look alongside a quick overview of the user interface.
The Galaxy A54 looks quite similar to the Galaxy S23 flagship, while the Galaxy A34 brings a conventional notch design, which seems a wrong move. Both devices will come pre-installed with Android 13-based One UI 5.1 and support for up to 4 major OS and 5 years of security updates.
Interestingly, the South Korean tech giant may offer the Galaxy Buds 2 as a pre-order gift (or at a low cost) with the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34. This deal could bring a bit of satisfaction as Samsung has aggressively priced them, which is a “go-ahead nod” for rivals.
Galaxy A is not just a smartphone range but an awesome experience. One of the company’s best-selling Andorid lineups, it’s a complete package in itself. This year, Samsung brings some great pro-grade features along with promising software support to the Galaxy A34 along with the A54.
Last month, Samsung announced the Galaxy S23 flagship lineup for consumers. Since the Galaxy S23 Ultra is setting new records in the Android industry, it’s destroying Apple’s dominance in performance, battery life, and so on. If you don’t want a flagship phone, the A54 is ready to amaze you with its affordability.
Samsung Galaxy A55 5G could boast Exynos 1480 SoC, 50MP Camera
Samsung could unveil the Galaxy A55 5G in March 2024, while its chipset and camera specs are revealed in a new leak. The company is internally testing the device, which is powered by a SoC with model number S5E8845, which is expected to be the Exynos 1480.
According to GalaxyClub, Samsung Galaxy A54 5G’s Exynos 1480 chipset may bring AMD graphics. The Korean tech giant is closely working with AMD to bring its graphics to mid-range Exynos CPUs, which first debuted with Exynos 2200 in 2021.
Last but not least, the report says that the Galaxy A55 5G may feature a 50-megapixel sensor as the primary camera. Specifications of the other two camera and front-facing camera remains a mystery, at the moment. Stay tuned with us, we will keep you updated on the topic.
Samsung Galaxy A05s design and specs revealed on Google’s Play Console
Samsung will soon introduce two entry-level smartphones under its Galaxy A portfolio. Ahead of the launch, Google Play Console listed the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A05s, revealing its design (front & back) along with some of its key specs.
According to the info, Samsung Galaxy A05s will sport a screen with 1080×2400 resolution, Android 13 on board, Snapdragon 680 SoC under the hood, and 6GB of RAM. It’s possible that there will be different internal storage variants for consumers.
Earlier, it was reported that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A05s comes with a 6.6-inch display, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a 4,000 mAh battery with support for 25W fast wired charging. As it’s an entry-level phone, it has thick bezels and a chin, while keeping the company’s signature design language.
Google confirms Galaxy S23 FE coming in two SoC variants
Google Play Console database confirmed that Samsung’s Galaxy S23 FE will be available in two SoC variants. The company is about to introduce a handful of new Fan Edition products including a smartphone, two tablets, and a pair of wireless earbuds.
In a recent development, Samsung’s Galaxy S23 FE surfaced on the Google Play Console database, which not only confirmed that two SoC variants are coming but an image of the phone also got shared. The device will have Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chips, based on market/region.
In addition, the S23 Fan Edition will bring 8GB of RAM, well, at least one of its variants will. It’s easily possible this will be the only RAM variant, though. Android 13 is also confirmed, while One UI 5.1 will be included on top of it as well as eligibility of 4 OS plus 5 years of security updates.