Samsung posts support pages for the Galaxy A55 and A35 early

The Galaxy A54 and A34 were unveiled in mid-March last year and as they approach the 12-month mark, everyone is looking for the launch of the Galaxy A55 and A35.

Samsung is keeping its schedule under wraps for now, but it has even slipped and released support pages for the two models in several European countries.

They didn’t reveal much other than that the A55 will have 128GB and 256GB variants. The European variants of the two models have model numbers SM-A556B and SM-A356B and some are marked “DS” (for dual-SIM).

You can check out the leaked renders which show a familiar design with a new twist – the key island, which we’ve seen on the A15 and A25 (a raised area around the side-mounted keys).

This has been confirmed by live images from TENAA. The most interesting aspect of the Galaxy A55 is the new Exynos 1480 chipset, which apparently features AMD graphics (previously only seen in flagship Exynos chips).

The Galaxy A35 will use the older Exynos 1380 instead.
We even looked at the official case and repairability scores for the A55 and A35. And now with the support pages, the launch should be pretty close (as expected).

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