Samsung Galaxy A35 and A55 may have metal frames

Samsung is apparently implementing a revolutionary redesign that will replace the recognizable plastic frames on its Galaxy A5x models with elegant, long-lasting metal frames. The Galaxy A series is known for its high quality and affordability. Samsung’s commitment to improving the mid-range smartphone experience is signaled by this progression, which has raised customers’ expectations. Samsung’s plan to blur the borders between mid-range devices and their luxury counterparts is in line with the switch to metal frames. This change is about to begin with the debut of the Galaxy A35 and Galaxy A55.

Well-known tipster Revegnus (Tech_Reve) is the one who put forward the news. The one thing that concerns everyone is the cost of the products. By bringing this premium change to a mid-range smartphone, there are chances that the business may increase the price range of the models. Other than this, a hole for the front camera rather than the water drop notch seems to be one of the crucial differences in the Galaxy A35. The entire set of specifications for the gadgets has not yet been revealed, but both gadgets are anticipated to be launched in the first quarter of 2024.

The Galaxy A35 and Galaxy A55 will go for the Exynos 1480 CPU for processor powering. Android 14 and One UI 6 will be pre-installed for the gadgets as OS and are expected to receive at least four years of Android upgrades. 8 GB of RAM memory may be present, which we can expect for a mid-ranger. As far as we are concerned, the Galaxy A35 and A55 will be priced between $400 and $500.

In January 2024, Samsung will introduce its flagship Galaxy S24 series, while the Galaxy A35 and A55 might not launch in February; the firm might instead release them in March. However, all these things are just speculations that we cannot confirm without any official announcement.

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