Galaxy A35 Specs Leak Reveals 50MP Camera, 120Hz Display, and More

After an overwhelming response last year with the Galaxy A34, Samsung targets giving spec bumps by rolling out the A35 in 2024. Since August last year, various designs surfaced online for Galaxy A35. However, the recent leaks by the tipster reveal the specification details of the device.

From the revelation, we have decent information about the A35 Boxy look. Apart from that, there is no major design change in the upcoming A35. From the dimension perspective, Samsung will stick to its compact 6.6-inch flat display. Overall, the device speaks a similar design language to recent Galaxy devices. But the noteworthy point is the specification surface recently.

According to the famous tipster @Tarunvats’s tweet, & Android Headlines, Galaxy A35 is expected to get a huge update in performance. It’s like the device is getting upgraded with the Galaxy A54 chipset. This is a big jump from MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC to Exynos 1380 SoC. This setup will definitely boost the performance as a midrange device.

Apart from that, other specifications remain as they are. For instance, it will stick to the same 6 & 8 GB RAM variant with 128/ 256 GB storage capacity. Battery backup also remains unchanged, with 5000 mAh and a similar 25W charging speed. However, a little Megapixel is added to its rear camera setup, i.e. 50MP +8MP +5MP. Meanwhile, there is a design change from its predecessor variant. Implementing an under-display camera setup, the front camera sticks to the 13 MP setup.

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Overall, the upcoming Galaxy A35 is a great choice if anyone wants to upgrade. It will be wonderful to see if it is made available at a similarly affordable price as A34. As a midrange phone, the A series perfectly links the flagship features with an affordable price range. Hopefully, A35 will bring more in its launch. Till then, stay tuned with Saminsider for more news on Samsung!

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