Samsung posts support pages for the Galaxy A55 and A35 early

Peter, 19 February 2024

The Galaxy A54 and A34 were unveiled in mid-March last year and as they approach the 12-month mark, everyone is looking for the Galaxy A55 and A35 launch. Samsung is keeping its schedule a secret for now, but even it slipped up and published support pages for the two models in several European countries.

They don’t reveal much other than that there will be 128GB and 256GB variants of the A55. The model numbers for the European variants of the two models are SM-A556B and SM-A356B and some are marked “DS” (for dual-SIM).

Samsung posts support pages for the Galaxy A55 and A35 early

You can check out the leaked renders that show a familiar design with a new twist – Key Island, which we saw on the A15 and A25 (a raised area around the side-mounted keys). This is confirmed by the live images from TENAA. The most interesting aspect of the Galaxy A55 is the new Exynos 1480 chipset, which apparently has AMD graphics (something previously seen only on the flagship Exynos chips). The Galaxy A35 will use the old Exynos 1380 instead.

Samsung posts support pages for the Galaxy A55 and A35 early

We have even seen official cases and a repairability score for the A55 and A35. And now with support pages up, the launch should be quite close (as expected).

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Reader comments

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Hey, I'm back! So, I looked around, and came up with the 3 best options, well best in my opinion, all of which are under your budget. Here they are in order: 1. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra ( Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 ) 2599 zl 2. Oppo Find X5 Pro ( ...

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So you buy the cheapest possible phone on the market expecting it to perform well? I'm shoked people can be so dumb.

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