As the highly anticipated launch of the Galaxy S24 approaches, the spotlight also turns to Samsung’s A-series, with recent renders shedding light on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A35. These images not only provide a glimpse into the phone’s design but also hint at potential camera enhancements, following closely on the heels of the recently revealed A55 renders.
The leaked renders showcase the Galaxy A35 in three captivating color options: Iceblue, Lilac, and Navy. Noteworthy is the continuation of a design element seen in the A15 and A25 models—the distinctive “Key Island” bump on the right side, housing the power and volume buttons. Additionally, the phone is expected to feature rounded corners and a probable plastic frame.
Turning our attention to the back of the Galaxy A35, we find a vertically arranged triple-camera setup accompanied by an LED flash, a familiar configuration in many Samsung phones. Rumors suggest a potential upgrade to the main camera, potentially reaching 50MP, surpassing the A34’s 48MP. The accompanying two cameras, possibly 8MP and 5MP, may retain their specifications.
A notable advancement in the Galaxy A35’s design is the shift from the U-shaped notch seen in the Galaxy A34 to a contemporary punch-hole camera cutout. The screen bezels appear slimmer, offering a visually appealing improvement. However, it’s worth noting that the bottom bezel remains slightly thicker compared to the other sides.
Rumors also circulate about the possibility of the Galaxy A35 featuring the same Exynos 1480 processor as the Galaxy A55. The phone is expected to maintain its dust and water resistance (IP rating) and might boast a robust 5000mAh battery with 25W charging capabilities.
It’s important to approach these details with caution, as they are early rumors. As the launch timeline approaches, the Galaxy A35 may make appearances on certification platforms or benchmark listings, potentially unveiling more details.