Leaked renders and a 360-degree video has provided us with a look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A34. Giznext, in collaboration with reliable source Onleaks, has released the photographs. The Galaxy A34, the follow-up to this year’s announced Galaxy A33, will soon hit the market.
Renders of the Galaxy A34’s CAD interface suggest that it will have a notch similar to a water drop on the top. All four sides of the display have bezels, with the chin’s being the thickest. The A34 is speculated to also include an AMOLED screen like its predecessor did. The SIM card slot is on top, while the USB Type-C connector, microphone, and 3.5mm headphone jack are all located along the bottom edge.
The right side of the phone features the volume rocker and the power button, whereas the left side has nothing. On the back panel, you’ll find three conventional camera rings and an LED flash unit. A Black color option has been spotted, and other colors should be available when the phone officially debuts.
Leaked information suggests the Samsung Galaxy A34 will have dimensions of 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2mm. The screen size is set to be 6.50 inches. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the next Galaxy A-series phone.
Recent rumors have suggested that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A-series smartphones will not include a depth camera. There is speculation that the Galaxy A24, A34, and A54 will include a triple camera arrangement consisting of a primary sensor, ultra-wide-angle lens, and macro unit. The goal of this move is to cut expenses for the South Koren brand. The debut of the Samsung Galaxy A34 is anticipated during the first three months of 2023.