Earlier this month, the first renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A54 surfaced ahead of the alleged official announcement in January. At the same event, the slightly cheaper Samsung Galaxy A34 could join the Galaxy A54. Now the first renderings have surfaced showing the potential design.
The design of the Galaxy A34 is unsurprisingly very similar to the A54 as they are part of the same series. Each camera has its own module, there is no longer a camera island reminiscing the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The optics of the Samsung flagship seeps into the middle class. This is well timed as shortly after the A34 and A54, the Galaxy S23 series will be launched with a new design.
According to the source of the leaked renders, the Galaxy A34 measures 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2mm and features a 6.5-inch flat display and an “Infinity-U” waterdrop notch. The Galaxy A54 will instead get a premium-looking punchhole for the front camera.
The Galaxy A34 houses a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom and a fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button. Compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy A33, the display has grown by 0.1 inches. That may be the reason that the Samsung phone has grown slightly in all dimensions. As already suspected in July, the A34 has no depth sensor anymore.