What you need to know
- Samsung Galaxy A34 leaks show expected design and specifications.
- It looks similar to its predecessor and comes with triple rear cameras.
- The renders also suggest a 6.5-inch display, which is expected to launch next year.
Samsung’s next mid-range Galaxy A34 device has reportedly been leaked online ahead of launch.
The leak comes from trusted tipster Steve H. McFly (aka OnLeaks) in association with GizNext. The alleged Galaxy A34 device render shows what the next mid-range device looks like which is said to be launching next year.
Going by the 5K render shown by H.McFly, the device looks a bit like its Galaxy A33 5G predecessor; in fact, it more closely matches the Galaxy A32 5G. It has a flat frame design with curves along the edges. The back of the device appears to have a glossy finish, while the front is blessed with a Samsung-made Infinity-U display.
The GizNext report suggests that the display is said to be 6.5 inches and has a thinner form factor of 8mm in thickness. The device is said to host the side-mounted fingerprint sensor which also functions as the power button. Moreover, towards the bottom of the device, we can expect a USB Type-C port next to the microphone and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Although there are three rear cameras in the rendering stacked vertically, they do not protrude as a module like a predecessor; instead, they seem to be fairly flushed into the back, which gives the appearance of the Galaxy A32. Also, the camera specifications of the alleged device are yet to be clarified.
As for the launch timeline, the GizNext report says that we can expect it to launch in the Indian market first, which falls in the first half of 2023. And other markets will reportedly follow.
Meanwhile, this month, Samsung started releasing One UI 5 updates for its Galaxy devices, and the mid-range devices have just started receiving the Android 13-based operating system. They include devices like the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A71, and Galaxy F62, among others. The Galaxy A33 5G predecessor received the One UI 5 update a few weeks ago.