The Samsung Galaxy A55 and A35 are Finally Official


After several weeks and months of rumors, leaks and whatnot, Samsung has finally taken the wraps off its newest pair of midrange smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy A55 and A35. While both devices share some similar specs, there are some minor differences once you take a closer look.

Take for example the design – at first glance, the Galaxy A55 and A35 look very identical, although the A55 uses a metal frame and Gorilla Glass Victus panels on both the front and rear, while the A35 is built with a plastic frame and back. Both phones do feature a 6.6-inch AMOLED display with a 1080 x 2340 resolution and 120Hz though.

The similarities also extend to the newly-designed frame around the power and volume buttons, which now features a raised section and does make for a unique design. Additionally, both phones ship with Android 14 alongside the latest One UI 6.1 platform version from Samsung, with a promised four generations of Android OS and One UI upgrades and five years of security updates.

This year, Samsung has decided to equip the Galaxy A55 and A35 with different chipsets – the A55 comes with the newer Exynos 1480 chipset, while the A35 comes with last year’s 1380 chip, which was also used on other A-series handsets. The Galaxy A55 starts with a base storage configuration of 8GB + 128GB, while the A35 comes with a slightly lower 6GB + 12GB setup.

For camera hardware, the Galaxy A55 comes with a 50MP primary lens, 12MP ultrawide, 5MP macro, and 32MP front camera; meanwhile, the A35 features a 50MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro, and 13MP front camera. Powering both phones are 5,000 mAh capacity batteries.

In terms of pricing, the Samsung Galaxy A55 starts at around $530 for the base storage model, while the A35 starts at around $415.

Source: Samsung

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