The Samsung Galaxy A34 5G has been haunting the rumor mill for over half a year. It is said to be launched with a Samsung Exynos 1280 chipset. However, the fact that it was spotted with a different processor on the Geekbench benchmarking service speaks against it.
Samsung Galaxy A34 renderings
Geekbench lists a chipset called MT6877V/TTZA for the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G with the model code SM-A346B. This is a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chip. It is based on a 6 Nm process and consists of eight CPU cores – two Cortex-A78 with up to 2.6 GHz and six Cortex-A55 with up to 2 GHz. Also noted are Android 13 and 6GB of RAM. The Galaxy A34 5G achieved 786 single-core points and 2,294 points in the Geekbench multi-core tests with the setup.
Samsung Galaxy A34 Geekbench test
According to the latest rumors, the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G will be quite similar to the Galaxy A33 5G. The biggest difference is the lack of a depth sensor, and the three rear cameras skip on a camera island. Samsung will launch new Galaxy A series smartphones in India on January 18th. The Korean company has not yet announced the model names. We’re betting on the Galaxy A34 5G and the Galaxy A54 5G.
Samsung Galaxy A24 camera details leaked
The Samsung Galaxy A24 will also launch in 2023, but has hardly appeared in the media so far. A new report from GalaxyClub now revealed some details about the camera setup. Accordingly, the Galaxy A24 gets a 50 megapixel main camera and a 5 megapixel ultra wide camera. The depth sensors of the Galaxy A series, which are typical for Samsung, are no longer installed in the A24.
The front camera gets an upgrade to 13 megapixels compared to 8 megapixels on the Galaxy A23 and A23 5G. The Galaxy A24 will also feature a 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging, again in line with its predecessors. The first market for the Samsung Galaxy A24 should be India and the launch is not far away.