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Samsung Galaxy A34 Doesn’t Have a “Camera Island”?


The Samsung Galaxy A34 will reportedly be a new device that comes with a design that adopts the line smartphone high class.

According to information circulating, the Samsung Galaxy A34 will have a very similar design to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, especially in the camera department.

For information, the Samsung Galaxy A54 was leaked earlier this month ahead of the official announcement which is rumored to be in January 2023.


The Samsung Galaxy A54 is likely to be launched on the same market as the Galaxy A34, which has slightly lower specifications and class.

Based on render that leaks, like The telephone quote from GSM ArenaFriday (25/11/2022), the design of the Galaxy A34 model will be very similar to the Galaxy A54.

This news is not too surprising considering that both will be part of the same line of mid-range devices in Samsung’s portfolio.

The most striking thing about the Galaxy A34 is that each camera has its own bump. In other words, the Galaxy A34 will no longer have a “‘camera island”.

This gesture reminds users of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. design smartphone the upper class made by Samsung “flows” into the middle class.

According to render According to leaks, the Galaxy A34 measures 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2 millimeters and comes with a 6.5-inch flat screen and “Infinity-U” waterdrop notch.

That’s where the difference between the Galaxy A34 and the Galaxy A54 is. Smartphone The latest Galaxy A54 model chooses a punch-hole display with a more sophisticated design.

Galaxy A34 has jack headphone 3.5 millimeters on the bottom, the fingerprint sensor is embedded in the power button, and will be offered in black.


Compared to the Galaxy A33, the screen size of the Galaxy A34 has increased by 0.1 inches. Maybe that’s why the HP Galaxy A34 is slightly bigger than all the 2022 models.

As rumored in July 2022, the A34 ditches the depth sensor, meaning it has one less camera ring on the back of the phone. [SN/HBS]

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