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Samsung Galaxy A35 Renders Reveal Familiar Design and Possible Camera Upgrade

Recently leaked images provide a first look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A35 mid-range smartphone. The renders showcase the phone in three color options – Iceblue, Lilac, and Navy.

The Galaxy A35 features Samsung’s signature design, including rounded corners and a “Key Island” physical button housing the power and volume keys. The back sports a vertically aligned triple camera setup, common among Samsung devices, along with an LED flash.

Samsung Galaxy A35 Renders

Rumours suggest the main camera may be upgraded to 50MP, an improvement over the 48MP camera in the Galaxy A34. The other two cameras likely remain 8MP and 5MP.

An obvious upgrade is the front-facing camera, moved to a small punch-hole rather than the larger U-shaped notch. Bezels also appear slightly slimmer overall, with the bottom chin still thicker than the sides.

Additional rumours point to the same Exynos 1480 processor as the soon-to-launch Galaxy A55 model. IP water and dust resistance and a large 5000mAh battery with 25W charging seem probable as well.

With the launch timeline still unknown, more concrete Galaxy A35 specifications will hopefully surface through certification listings and benchmarks over the coming months. But for now, these leaked renders provide an early peek at Samsung’s next affordable smartphone lineup.

Kere O. Jonathan Okoh

I, Jonathan. I'm the Chief-Editor @JaybestTechReview And The Chief Engineer @Jaybest Tech Repairs. My work on the tech industry {Tech Reviews & Tech Hardware Repairs} is out of passion, with the intention of helping others solve their difficulties on their smartphone and publishing informative tech contents. When I'm not writing tech, then I'm fixing Tech, when I'm not fixing tech, then I'm reading tech.

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