Here’s What the Galaxy A34 and A54 Will Look Like


It seems like we’re getting closer and closer to seeing Samsung’s upcoming mid-range handsets for 2023, as new photos of the Samsung Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 have surfaced online, giving us a full view of what we can expect in terms of design on the two devices.

Looking at the renders, we can see that Samsung is taking the same design DNA from the base-model Galaxy S23, and sprinkling some of it to its more affordable smartphones. The A34 and A54 renders show rounded corners, flat edges, and individual camera bumps similar to the company’s more expensive flagship handsets. It’s an unsurprising move given that Samsung usually gives similar designs to its phones for uniformity.

One main differentiating factor between the two phones is the camera cut-out on the display, with the Galaxy A54 sporting a hole punch cut-out in front. Other than that, both devices are rather similar in size and design accents. There are several color options including black, white, as well as a vibrant green, purple, and a gradient silver

A while back, we saw some predicted prices for the Galaxy A34 and A54, claiming that the new phones will cost around half of Samsung’s flagship devices. A report from the folks over at Sammobile gives some estimates as to how the new devices will be priced, with the Galaxy A34 5G in its 6GB+128GB configuration to cost between €410 and €430, with the 8GB+256GB version amounting up to between €470 and €490. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A54’s 8GB+128GB variant might cost between €530–€550, and around €590–€610 for the 8GB+256GB version.

Source: Winfuture

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