New CAD renderings of the Samsung Galaxy A55 appeared online today. They show the Samsung smartphone from all sides and give a pretty good impression of the design. The Galaxy A55 unsurprisingly looks similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy A54. It has a display with a punch-hole in the middle and three vertically aligned main cameras on the back. The main difference to the design of the A54 is that the new model has a flat frame. The flat sides without curved edges are part of Samsung’s new design language and will probably be seen on all new models next year.
The right frame of the Samsung Galaxy A55 houses the power button and the volume rocker, while the left frame has no slots or other controls. The USB-C port is at the bottom, flanked by the microphone and speaker. The SIM card slot and the second microphone are located at the top. The frames also have antenna lines, which suggests a metal housing.
According to the source, the display of the Samsung Galaxy A55 has a diagonal of 6.5 inches. It has a FullHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The smartphone is 8.2 mm thick, but the weight is still unknown.
The Samsung Galaxy A55 is expected to have an Exynos 1480 chipset and a 50-megapixel main camera under the hood. The charging speed is 25 watts, typical for Samsung’s mid-range. The closer we get to launch, the more details are likely to emerge.