Samsung Galaxy A55: Leaked Official Photos Reveal The Galaxy A54 Successor
A few weeks after releasing multiple official photographs of the Galaxy S24, Android Headlines has now revealed numerous images of the Galaxy A55 5G. To put things in perspective, pictures of the Galaxy A55 have been seen before. Based on CAD files that were leaked, @OnLeaks and MySmartPrice previously released renders of the impending device, which we have examined in separate articles. However, in advance of the device’s later-this-year release, Android Headlines has managed to secure a number of official photographs.
As a result, the design as it is should be finished, unlike the renders of @OnLeaks. It should come as no surprise that the Galaxy A55 appears to be a more costly option than other current smartphones from the Galaxy A series, such as the Galaxy A15 and Galaxy A25. On the one hand, compared to its brothers in the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A55 boasts more uniform and smaller display bezels. Samsung has also chosen to use a punch-hole notch instead of the waterdrop options that are included in the Galaxy A15, Galaxy A15 5G, and Galaxy A25.
Furthermore, it is rumoured that the Galaxy A55, unlike the other new Galaxy A models from Samsung, has an aluminium frame. However, the new phone has Samsung’s ‘Key Island’ design centred around its physical buttons, similar to those of the Galaxy A15 pair and Galaxy A25. ‘A few of months’ following the launch of the Galaxy S24 series, which happens on January 17, Samsung plans to introduce the Galaxy A55, via Android Headlines. An Exynos 1480 chipset has been confirmed via a recent Geekbench listing, while pricing is still unknown at this time.