Samsung Galaxy A55’s new images show the design


Let’s chat about the Samsung Galaxy A55 5G, as there’s some buzz going on. Yesterday, we discussed the chance of a metal frame making a comeback in the mid-range, specifically with this model. Today, we have some cool pictures that show us the supposed design from every angle. Are you excited to check them out?

The Samsung Galaxy A55 is expected to hit the market in a few months with a 6.5-inch flat screen featuring an Infinity-O design, which includes a small hole for the front camera. The screen should have Full-HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. The pictures we’re about to see, thanks to MySmartPrice and OnLeaks, somewhat confirm these details. At first glance, the device doesn’t look too different from its predecessor. The back should have three camera lenses slightly sticking out, set into the body, with an LED flash next to them. If you didn’t notice the slightly thicker edges, you might even mistake it for a phone from the Galaxy S series.

On the right side, you’ll find the power button and volume rocker, while the SIM slot sits at the top. At the bottom, there’s space for the USB Type-C port and a speaker. According to the information, the Galaxy A55 is expected to be about 161.1 x 77.3 x 8.2 mm in size.

Now, for the rumors about the specs: The phone runs on the Exynos 1480 SoC with an AMD GPU, paired with 8 GB of RAM and either 128 GB or 256 GB of internal storage. The triple camera setup includes a 50MP main sensor with OIS, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a 5MP sensor for macro shots. There’s also talk of a 32MP front camera and a 5000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. Like its bigger siblings, this A55 should get solid software support. Expect Samsung to provide at least four major updates (up to Android 18, considering a launch with Android 14 and One UI 6) and five years of security patches.

The Samsung Galaxy A55 is anticipated to be revealed a few weeks before the Galaxy S24 series, which might debut on January 17, 2024, according to the latest information. We’ll get to see it in action by the first quarter of next year. How do you feel about what you see in the pictures? For the full view, there’s also a video showing it from every angle.

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