Samsung Galaxy A34 5G Feature Highlights Teased; Official Previews are Out with Launch Date

Sohail Akhtar

A new round of Galaxy-A teasers is rife again as the lineup nears its launch. Samsung's official franchise overseas has recently begun promoting the upcoming series on its website. Although the promotional material did not include specific model names, the accompanying press note strongly suggests the devices are the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G and A54 5G.

The Notify Me link for the series launch is already active on one of Samsung's official websites. The keynote is due on March 16 at 12MP, likely to announce two newcomers, Galaxy A54 5G and A34 5G. 

Marketing banners on the same link highlight exquisite details about the series. While the website does not explicitly mention any product names, it aligns with earlier leaked renders and strongly indicates that the showcased device in multiple colors is likely the Galaxy A34 5G.

The official banners entail Galaxy A34 5G in seamless design language, a minimal bezel waist, and a new premium glass finish with a clean, non-bulging camera layout. According to the manufacturer, no shake cam is available on the device, indicating OIS support. The camera stabilization will lead to blur-free night photography and better low-light shots. Check out the Samsung price list for more details on the device's pricing and availability.


Both Galaxy A54 and A34 abound with an IP67 rating. Samsung claims 30 minutes of endurance when submerged one meter deep inside clean water. In screen stats, the chain has highlighted a "smooth-scrolling display" with the newcomers, which translates to a 120Hz refresh rate, according to rumors.

Samsung's latest mid-rangers are imminent with long-lasting batteries, new SoCs, 5G connectivity, high-resolution, and affordable prices. The launch event scheduled for March 16, 2023, promises to unveil comprehensive details about the devices, including their specifications, pricing, and availability. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for the latest updates on the Galaxy A series. 


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