In a post shared this Thursday, the well-known OnLeaks brought the first renderings of the future Galaxy A34. The smartphone is in an advanced stage of development and should be released soon.
According to the leaker, like other devices in the 2023 Galaxy A line, the Galaxy A34 must also lose the camera module to use a “loose sensors” solution in the rear.
That is, the same look that caught the public’s attention on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, for example. The front has a display with a wider bottom edge and a drop notch to accommodate the selfie lens.
Check it out below:
As a more affordable smartphone, the Galaxy A34 should have a fingerprint reader integrated into the power button, while there is also a USB-C and P2 port for wired headphones at the bottom and a SIM tray at the top.
Now, when it comes to the technical specifications, the smartphone should come out of the box with AMOLED screen approximately 6.5 inches. The Galaxy A34 should also have an Exynos line processor and versions with 4G or 5G connection.
Finally, we should still expect a 48 MP main camera, a battery of around 5,000 mAh and native Android 13 running under the One UI 5.0 interface.
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