In the upcoming weeks, Samsung is likely to reveal the next generation of Galaxy A series smartphones. Galaxy A34 will be one among them.
For quite some time, we’ve been hearing about this gadget, as well as other impending A series phones. Today, this phone was discovered on a benchmarking site, disclosing its specific specifications.
Geekbench has discovered the upcoming Galaxy A34. It is the South Korean variation of the smartphone with the model number SM-A346N. According to the ad, this model will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 CPU and 6GB RAM. Other memory versions might exist as well. It will boot Android 13 on the software front.
Samsung Galaxy A34 Geekbench Reveals
In single-core and multi-core testing, the phone may score around 778 and 2332 points, respectively. In other words, its performance will be acceptable for a mid-range smartphone.
Previous rumours indicate that the Samsung Galaxy A34 will have a fresh design. Its design will be shared with the Galaxy A54 and other yet-to-be-released Galaxy A series devices.
The phone will include a vertically aligned triple back camera system that includes a primary sensor, an ultra-wide sensor, and a macro snapper. It will be missing the fourth and superfluous depth sensor.
The device is claimed to have a 6.5-inch display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Last but not least, its measurements are estimated to be 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2mm.
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