The Galaxy A34 was announced by Samsung back in March, and the Galaxy A35 is expected to debut around the same time next year. The firm hasn’t opened up from its side on the Galaxy A35; however, the Dutch news blog GalaxyClub has brought up a specific camera specification of the gadget. Ever since the beginning, the mid-range Galaxy A series from Samsung has been equipped with camera resolutions of either 48 or 64 megapixels. But out of the box, the Galaxy A54 shifted its camera resolution to 50 MP last year, and the Galaxy A3x lineup followed the traditional 48 MP camera sensor, for instance, the Galaxy A34.
Further, the source reported that the A35 might keep the same 13 MP selfie camera as its predecessor. The gadget may also feature a combination of an 8 MP ultrawide camera and a 5 MP macro camera, which is common in mid-range Galaxy smartphones. As a result, it may be used for basic ultrawide pictures as well as portrait modes. The 50 MP wide camera in the A35 may come as a solution for shooting noticeable better images in low-light conditions. This is one of the areas where the Galaxy A34 was weaker.
A Galaxy A3x phone is often a stripped-down variant of the Galaxy A5x, with the only exception being the enhanced camera system. If the upcoming Galaxy A3x lineup adopts the 50 MP sensors, then the gap will be bridged. Additionally, the new Galaxy A05 and Galaxy A05s phones include a 50 MP main camera. So it is not unreasonable to believe that the A35 will be able to achieve the same. The new model may have the newly disclosed Exynos 1480 SoC. As a result, the specifications of the Galaxy A35 are unclear, but expect to learn more about them in the coming months. However, we are far away from the release, and it will not be available for purchase for some time.
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