The first render of the upcoming Galaxy A34 has been released, and it’s no surprise that the phone uses the same design cues as the Galaxy A54. In other words, its frame is reminiscent of the Galaxy S22, the back panel and the flat display and the three rear cameras, each of which has its own circular cutout. Through this design language, Samsung will give its 2023 mid-range phones a bit of the feel of 2022 flagships. Nevertheless, the Galaxy A34 is still undeniably affordable, especially when you look at the device from the front. It has an Infinity-U display notch for the selfie camera and a thicker bottom bezel.
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Of course, you should note that these published images are not official from Samsung. In fact, similar to the Galaxy A54 renders, these are also fan-made and apparently based on actual dimensions, meaning the exact details may not be completely accurate. (Published by @OnLeaks)
As for dimensions, the Galaxy A34 should probably measure 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2mm. As for the other specs, the AMOLED display should be 6.5 inches and the device is said to have a USB-C port as well as a 3.5mm headphone port. As you’ve probably noticed by now, the Galaxy A34 has three cameras on the back instead of four. We’ve heard that Samsung might drop depth cameras from some of its 2023 mid-range phones, and as we get closer to the end of the year, it looks like that’s indeed the case.
Although the details of the phone have not yet been officially released, Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy A34 next year. If the company sticks to its 12-month launch schedule, the Galaxy A34 could be unveiled in March alongside its slightly more expensive sibling, the Galaxy A54. Like this year’s models, the upcoming Galaxy A34 may use the same chipset as the Galaxy A54. The latter is expected to feature a new Exynos 1380 SoC.
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