One of Samsung’s next launches in the smartphone space has been revealed in images. The intermediate smartphone that the company should announce soon is the Galaxy A55.

The model was caught on video during the process of being approved in South Korea by a similar institution in China. This may mean that the device has already been properly approved for sale in these countries, and this is usually one of the last steps before the announcement.

The photos show the device from different angles. For example, they confirm that the handset will have curved edges and a triple rear camera setup; This matches the visual leak of the Galaxy A55 recorded at the end of last year.

Additionally, the model will reuse design elements from the format known as Key Island, which was recently introduced in the Galaxy A15 5G and Galaxy A25 5G launches.

This appearance, which should become standard in the brand’s middle-class family, is also a change on the smartphone side. In the new format, added protrusion to the area where the volume and power buttons are locatedIt makes the area more distinct.

What we know so far about the Galaxy A55

In addition to the appearance, the certification of the Galaxy A55 also revealed some technical features of the model that will be sold by Samsung. Information includes: 8GB RAM, 256GB internal storageA tray with a space for expanding memory via microSD card and two spaces for the SIM chip.

In addition to the Galaxy A55, the Galaxy A35 is expected to be introduced by the South Korean manufacturer soon. In January, the manufacturer’s focus was on its premium device family with the introduction of the Galaxy S24 with AI features.

Source: Tec Mundo

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