Ahead of the expected launch of the Galaxy S24, Samsung’s A-series is also gaining attention with new renders appearing online. The latest renders are of the Samsung Galaxy A35, joining the A55 renders that surfaced yesterday. These images offer a preview of the phone’s design and possible camera improvements.
Samsung Galaxy A35 renders
The leaked renders show the A35 in three color variants: Iceblue, Lilac and Navy. They also showcase a design element shared with the A15 and A25 – a distinct “Key Island” on the right side, where the power and volume buttons are located. We can also expect the phone to have rounded corners and probably a plastic frame.
On the back of the Galaxy A35 is a vertically placed triple camera with LED flash, which is a common design for many Samsung phones. There are rumors that the main camera could be upgraded to 50MP, which is a step up from the 48MP in the A34. The other two cameras, possibly at 8 and 5 megapixels, may remain unchanged.
A notable update in the Galaxy A35 is the front panel design. Samsung has moved from the U-shaped notch of the Galaxy A34 to a more modern camera notch with perforations. The screen bezels also look thinner, which is a nice improvement. However, the bottom bezel is still thicker than the other sides.
There are reports that the Galaxy A35 may have the same Exynos 1480 processor as the Galaxy A55. It’s also expected to retain its IP-rated dust and water resistance and possibly have a 5000 mAh battery with 25W charging capability.
But remember, these are just early rumors, so it’s best to take them with a grain of salt. The closer we get to the launch date, the sooner the A35 may appear on certification platforms or benchmark lists, potentially revealing more information. We will keep you updated on any new developments.