The new Samsung Galaxy A35 is set to launch next month. Recently, it was spotted at the Radio Research Agency (RRA) in Korea. Although Samsung hasn’t revealed anything officially yet, leaked images of the Galaxy A35 show its rear design, which matches the live image seen at the agency. Here’s a roundup of everything we know about the upcoming Galaxy A35 phone.
The picture shows a recognizable design, with three circular camera cutouts and an LED flash on the back panel of the Galaxy A35. It also confirms that the phone has a flat frame, including the “Key Island” design feature, which includes the power and volume buttons.
The information from the RRA application doesn’t give away a lot about the Galaxy A35 except for its model number SM-A356N. Another version, with model number SM-A356U, was seen on Geekbench recently. This version is expected to feature the Exynos 1380 processor and 6GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy A35 is expected to feature a large 6.6-inch display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ resolution. It’s rumored to have a centered punch-hole design for the 13MP front camera. The phone is likely to feature 5,000 mAh battery that supports fast charging up to 25W. On the back, it may sport a triple camera setup led by a 50MP main camera. Additionally, the Galaxy A35 seems to run on Android 14, likely paired with Samsung’s One UI 6 interface.
While there’s no official confirmation yet, the Samsung Galaxy A35 is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy A55 in March, based on past release patterns. Stay tuned for further updates.