Now that the excitement from Samsung’s Galaxy S24 phones has somewhat died down a bit, the company is expected to move onwards with the launch of this year’s new Galaxy A-series devices, which will include the Galaxy A55 and A35. While the company has yet to reveal the devices, we now have a good idea of what they’ll look like, thanks to some leaked images online.
The product renders were shared by tech informant Evan Blass via his social media page, simply captioned “A” – this most likely refers to the A55 and A35, as other A-series devices like the A15 and A25 have already been launched earlier on.
With that being said, the renders show a familiar look that borrows elements from recent Samsung phones such as flat sides and triple camera bumps, although the models also feature an elevated area where the volume and power buttons are, a design trait which we also saw on the Galaxy A25, for example. Like other A-series phones, the models also come with slightly thick bezels, although both now feature hole punch selfie cameras.
In terms of specs, no details have been mentioned yet, although given Samsung’s recent device trend it might be likely that we’ll see this year’s A-series phones be powered by the company’s own Exynos chipset, although this is just speculation at this point in time.