The first images of the Samsung Galaxy A55 were leaked last Saturday (2). The preview reveals a design very similar to the Galaxy A54 but with an odd protrusion on the side buttons.

Published images OnLeaks It shows that Samsung won’t innovate much on the appearance of its next vehicle. Like the Galaxy S24, the Galaxy A55 has flatter edges and a set of rear cameras organized without modules.

There is a significant difference compared to the previous model. The area where the side buttons (volume and power) are located is slightly higher than the rest of the body. Although this change may seem purely aesthetic, it will cause a difference in the area covered by the device.

Dimensions of Galaxy A55

In measurements, the Galaxy A55 should be 161.1 x 77.3 x 8.2 mm, hence larger than the Galaxy A54 (158.3 x 76.7 x 8.2 mm).

The information on the technical page is still insufficientHowever, the Galaxy A55 is expected to have an Exynos 1480 processor, 8 GB RAM and be sold with 128 GB or 256 GB storage options.

Externally, Samsung should maintain the high points of the device: the AMOLED display should continue with a 120 Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 5 protection, then the battery should be 5,000 mAh and have 25W charging support.

Launch of Galaxy A55

Galaxy A54 was introduced in the United States in April 2023. So it is possible that the Galaxy A55 will be announced at the same time.. For now, there is no information about the price of the device, but the previous model was available at Brazilian retail for R$ 2,899.

Source: Tec Mundo

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