Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35 Launched With Four Years Of Android Upgrades By Samsung

The Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35, two of Samsung’s newest mid-range Android phones, will be available in several markets over the next few months. The company recently revealed both phones.

Continuing some of Samsung’s most popular smartphone ranges, the Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35 feature recognizable looks along with updated specifications.

These two gadgets are strikingly similar when it comes to their primary specifications. Both come with 5,000 mAh batteries, 6.6-inch FHD+ SuperAMOLED screens at 120Hz, and stock Android 14. They diverge in areas like as memory and cameras.

The higher-end Galaxy A55 variant has improved cameras. Its 50MP main camera is supported by a 5MP macro and a 12MP ultrawide camera. A 32MP front-facing camera is also included. The Galaxy A35, on the other hand, sports a 50MP primary camera that is supported by a second 5MP macro and a somewhat weaker 8MP ultrawide camera. At only 13MP, its front-facing camera is likewise less powerful.

There are variations in memory and storage as well. The base model of the Galaxy A55 comes with 128GB or 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. Additionally, there is a second 256GB version with an upgraded RAM of 12GB. In the meanwhile, there are two 8GB versions of the Galaxy A35, with 128GB and 256GB of storage, and 6GB of RAM in the base model.

Since chipsets tend to vary by area, Samsung hasn’t formally revealed which ones drive these smartphones. It is anticipated that the Galaxy A55 will be powered by Exynos 1480, while the A35 will likely employ Exynos 1380.

Along with four years of major Android updates and five years of security patches, both devices continue to carry out Samsung’s customary upgrade commitment. With seven years of Android and security updates, the Galaxy S24 series is the only one left.

The specific release date for these two devices has not yet been disclosed by Samsung, but it is expected that they will be available everywhere within the next month or two.