Several pieces of newsworthy information have already arrived regarding the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G, all of which indicate that the soon-to-be-arriving device will present minimal changes compared to its predecessor. In addition to the obvious design update, for example, the manufacturer can abandon the 2 megapixel sensor, which is considered completely unnecessary, leaving the 48 + 8 + 5 megapixel lineup. By the way, this is completely in line with Samsung’s intention to banish the less useful depth sensor from the middle and lower categories as well.
There is also a consensus regarding the display: we expect a slightly larger display than the panel of the A33, exactly 6.5 inches, which is the reliable informant, Yogesh Brar remains at 90 Hz and FHD+ resolution with a 13-megapixel front-facing camera. It seems that the 5,000 mAh battery and 25-watt fast charging will still be an option, the IP67 certification does not have to be waived, and the basic memory configuration will mean 6 GB of operational memory.
On the other hand, it is becoming more and more confusing what kind of chipset we can expect the new generation with. At first, it was evident that Samsung’s new mid-range chips will work in the A series models, the Exynos 1380 can replace the Exynos 1280 set of the A33 5G, and then the new device appeared in the Geekbench database with the Dimensity 1080 SoC, the and a Twitter source now mentions last year’s chipset (Exynos 1280). Of the three possibilities, however, the latter is perhaps the least likely.