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Samsung Galaxy A55 Specifications, Price, And Release Date

The Galaxy A54 from last year is still regarded as one of Samsung’s greatest products and offers great value to customers all over the world. But the Galaxy A55, its replacement, is getting closer to launch every day. It now have a better idea of what the Galaxy A55 might offer and how it will be different from its predecessor thanks to a recent leak by Winfuture. Let’s examine the specifics and determine whether the Galaxy A55 is a worthwhile upgrade.

Create and present

The Galaxy A55 may adopt a flatter design language, similar to the recent change observed in the flagship Galaxy S24 series, according to previously leaked renders. The leak from today seems to confirm that theory and also reveals something slightly more unexpected about the build. The A55 may get a substantial material improvement while keeping the iconic vertically aligned triple-camera system on the back.

The Galaxy A55 could include an aluminium phone frame instead of the plastic one found on the Galaxy A54. This would also account for the phone’s higher weight—the Galaxy A55 weighs 213 grammes, compared to the Galaxy A54’s 202 grammes.

The glass back and aluminium frame will complete the Galaxy A-series’ transition to high-end construction. The Galaxy A55’s measurements are 161.1 x 77.4 x 8.2 mm, which is a little increase over the Galaxy A54’s 158.2 x 76.7 x 8.2 mm measurements.

In terms of display, the A55 is anticipated to carry on the legacy of the series with a slightly larger 6.6-inch Super AMOLED panel with a fluid refresh rate of 120Hz. The leak also implies that the Galaxy A55 will carry over its predecessors’ dual speakers, in-display fingerprint scanner, and IP67 certification.

Both software and performance

It looks that the Samsung Exynos 1480 processor, which has four high-performance cores clocked at 2.75 GHz and four power-efficient cores clocked at 2.0 GHz, would power the A55 phone. Compared to the Exynos 1380 in the Galaxy A54, which had a maximum clock speed of 2.4 GHz, this is a discernible boost. To find out how much of an impact this has on performance and multitasking, we will need to wait for some benchmarks and real-world testing.

A higher-end model of the Galaxy A55 may have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, while the base model is anticipated to have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The device is powered by a well-known 5000mAh battery that, like the A54, ought to provide excellent endurance. According to the leak, the A55 would continue to support 25W fast charging, much as its predecessor.

The Galaxy A55 is anticipated to run the most recent version of Android 14 with Samsung’s One UI 6.1 on top. This year, Samsung’s flagship S-series created a stir when it unveiled a plethora of AI features integrated into the software. It’s unclear which particular AI technologies will make their way into this mid-range device, though.


Based on the leaks, the A55’s imaging mechanism looks to be nearly identical to that of its predecessor. The 50-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.8 aperture and optical image stabilisation is still in place. Together with it are a 5-megapixel macro camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.

The 32-megapixel sensor featured on the A54 appears to be retained in the front-facing camera as well. Although there don’t appear to be any substantial changes to the camera system based on the leaked specs, Samsung might have made some in-house adjustments to the sensor or software processing.

Wireless charging is one eagerly anticipated feature that the Galaxy A series is lacking. We’ll have to wait and see, but the A54’s transition to a glass back appeared to clear the way for its inclusion. However, the A55 leak makes no mention of this.

Cost and accessibility

The Galaxy A55 is anticipated to retail for €449, or roughly $470, according to the leak. Although the Galaxy A55’s official US pricing has not yet been announced, it is anticipated to cost around $449, just like its predecessor.

Nonetheless, there may be a little increase in the US pricing given the recent trend of rising costs in Europe and the UK. However, you can expect a base model to start at less than $500, which makes it a desirable choice for those on a tight budget.

Regarding availability, the leak points to a mid-March 2024 launch in Germany, possibly concurrently with the release of its less expensive brother, the Galaxy A35. Both phones may even make their way to the US market in March. Rumoured colour options include purple, white, ice blue, and navy. Soon, Samsung is likely to release an official statement regarding the launch event.

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