The next expected lineup launch from Samsung is definitely its Galaxy A series 2023. There are already leaks and rumors regarding the upcoming devices on the internet these days. However, today, we looked at a huge leak that will solve almost every question about the forthcoming A series devices.
This morning, the major models from the upcoming Galaxy A series, “Galaxy A34 5G” and “Galaxy A54 5G,” got listed on the Google Play Console certification site, revealing the official renders of the device in addition to some basic but significant specifications.
Starting from the Galaxy A34 5G features a U-Shaped Notch display that supports Full-HD+ resolution (2340*1080p) and 450 PPI (pixel per inch) Screen Density. In terms of chipset, this smartphone comes with MediaTek’s MT6877V/TTZA chipset, the codename of Dimensity 1080 chipset.
The chipset features 2x Cortex-A78 Performance cores (clocked @2.5GHz) and 6x Cortex-A55 Energy-efficient cores (clocked @2.0GHz). The GPU is a 4-core ARM-Mali G68 (clocked @0.95GHz). Further, the device is also equipped with 6 Gigs of RAM and runs the latest Android 13 OS.
In renders of the Galaxy A34 5G, it can be seen that it features a vertical camera layout, just like we have seen in the Galaxy S23 lineup. The total number of cameras is three (expected 48MP+8MP+2MP, as reported through sources), along with a small LED Flash.
Next, we have Galaxy A54 5G, which features a single-centered punch-hole display with the exact Full-HD+ resolution and screen density rate. However, the chipset is different here. The new Galaxy A54 5G will feature the recently introduced Exynos 1380 having the following codename: Samsung s5e8835.
The chipset is based on a 5nm EUV manufacturing process and consists of the following cores: 4x Cortex-A78 Performance cores (@2.4GHz) and 4x Cortex-A55 Energy-efficient cores (@2.0GHz). The GPU is a 5-core Mali-G68 (@0.95GHz). In addition, the Galaxy A54 5G also has 6 Gigs of RAM and runs the latest Android 13 OS.
The backside design of Galaxy A54 5G is also the same as that of Galaxy A34 5G. However, the camera specifications are expected to be a bit different. The primary lens is expected to be a 50MP lens in addition to a 12MP ultra-wide lens and 5MP macro lens.
At the moment, it is expected that Samsung will reveal its all-new Galaxy A series 2023 in March 2023’s UNPACKED event.