Samsung A34 – Leaked Design and Expected Specs Through Renders

Samsung A34 – Leaked Design and Expected Specs Through Renders

Samsung’s brand-new mid-range Galaxy A34 renders have reportedly leaked online. The leak was revealed by a reliable source, OnLeaks, also called Steve H. McFly. The leak stated that Samsung’s new mid-range Galaxy A43 would be released next year. This leak was in collaboration with Giznext. According to the renders, the new phone is much like its predecessors, the A33 5G and the Galaxy A32G.

There are curves along the edges of the phone, and the rear of the phone has a glossy finish. The front of the phone features a gorgeous Samsung-made infinity-U display. This screen size is reportedly the same as older mid-range Samsung phones, 6.5 inches. The form factor is overall thinner as the phone is only 8mm thick. 

The Galaxy A34 also features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, which will also act as a power button for easy access. On the base of the phone, you can expect to find the standard Type-C port, a microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack that Samsung has thankfully decided to keep. 

On the back of the phone, there are three rear cameras, which are stacked vertically and embedded into the phone, so they appear flat and flushed into the back. They do not protrude out like its predecessors, and these embedded cameras are reminiscent of the older Galaxy A32 look. The camera specs have not yet been revealed, so there is still some mystery with this phone.

Although the launch time of this phone remains unconfirmed, the leakers suggest that it will most likely drop in the first half of 2023. The Indian market is expected to get the phone first, and the rest of the globe will follow. 

The renders did not reveal much about the internals of the phone. Still, since Samsung has started releasing one UI 5 update to its Galaxy devices, it is likely that the phone will be running an Android 13-based operating system. It is also expected that the Galaxy A34 may be using the same chipset as the Galaxy A54, which is the Exynos 1389 SoC.

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Abdul Wahab is a Software Engineer by profession and a Tech geek by nature. Having been associated with the tech industry for the last five years, he has covered a wide range of Tech topics and produced well-researched and engaging content. You will mostly find him reviewing tech products and writing blog posts. Binge-watching tech reviews and endlessly reading tech blogs are his favorite hobbies.