The Galaxy A35 will use a boxy frame with a new design

The Samsung Galaxy A35 is getting a redesign to the front. The screen had a V-shape notch and a thick bottom bezel on the Galaxy A34. However, the Galaxy A35 will apparently have a new design for the screen, and it’ll continue to use the boxy overall design.

According to an exclusive article from MySmartPrice, some leaks show the design and dimensions of the upcoming Galaxy A35. The design is boxy and squared-off, with flat sides. This is similar to Samsung’s design language for their upcoming phones. They’re slightly muting it since they also use polished edges.

The rear camera design has Samsung’s signature camera design in the render. Three individual camera rings in an array to the top left. This is Samsung’s design language across 100$ phones and even their 1000$ phones. This helps Samsung phones maintain a unique visual identity from the rear. They are easily recognizable.

Galaxy A35

The screen is flat, and while the design is much better than last year, the bezels still appear pretty thick. The chin is somewhat uneven, too. There’s a noticeable change to the side as well. The side that houses the buttons isn’t flat and plain anymore.

There’s a protrusion for the buttons, curved and lifted slightly off the phone. Moving to the edges, they’re not very sharp like older iPhones. They have softer edges to make holding the phone more comfortable in the hand. The Galaxy A34 didn’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack last year, and it doesn’t look like the upcoming Galaxy A35 will have it either.

The phone’s dimensions are apparently 161.6 X 77.9 X 8.2mm. If we include the bump on the frame, which houses the buttons, replace 77.9mm with 78.5mm. The phone apparently has a 6.6″ display panel, and we can assume it’s a 1080P AMOLED panel with 120Hz, similar to the A54 from last year.

The Galaxy A34 uses the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SOC, and the A35 might upgrade that to a more powerful chip. The A34 has a 48MP primary sensor with OIS, but the leaks say the upcoming A35 will get a new 50MP primary sensor. We expect the other cameras to remain at 8MP and 5MP, and the phone will still support 4K front camera videos; we also hope it retains the 5000mAh battery and 25W charging speeds.

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