Samsung has introduced the Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35, the latest entries in its mid-range smartphone series, set to hit the market in the coming months. Both models boast 6.6-inch Super AMOLED displays with a 120Hz refresh rate, running Android 14 out of the box, equipped with 5,000 mAh batteries. The A55, positioned as the premium option, features superior cameras and additional memory options.

The Galaxy A55 is equipped with a 50MP main sensor, complemented by a 12MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro camera, alongside a 32MP selfie camera. In contrast, the A35 has a 50MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 13MP front-facing camera.

Notably, both devices are the first in Samsung’s A-series to include Knox Vault, enhancing security by physically isolating sensitive data from the main processor and memory. This feature, along with up to four years of Android OS updates and five years of security patches, underscores Samsung’s commitment to security and longevity in its devices.

Despite sharing core specs, the A55 and A35 differ in their chipsets, with the A55 expected to use the Exynos 1480 and the A35 the Exynos 1380. The A55 also stands out with its metal frame, a first for Samsung’s mid-range lineup.

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It comes as part of Samsung’s broader vision to provide users with greater insights into their health, empowering them to make informed choices for a healthier lifestyle.

The Galaxy A55 is set to retail starting at €479 for the base model, with the A35 priced from €379, reflecting Samsung’s strategy to offer feature-rich smartphones at more accessible price points.