Samsung may have a hard time impressing prospective mid-range buyers with its upcoming Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 unveilings. Once again, official renders of these two highly anticipated Galaxy A devices have leaked, revealing more color options and leaving little to the imagination.
If you've followed the Galaxy A54 and A34 leaks so far, it shouldn't surprise you that the two upcoming mid-range phones share their design language with the pricier Galaxy S23. The A-series devices have individual cutouts for the rear-facing cameras without a contour element, and they have flat screens and back panels.
These new leaked renders (via WinFuture) reveal some colorful paint finishes, especially for the Galaxy A34. The latter model appears to have a gradient finish for one of the two color options (purple and silver). And according to the renders, the Galaxy A54 will be available in black, lime green, purple, and white.
One of the most evident design elements setting the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 apart is the choice of Infinity displays. The A34 has an Infinity-U display notch for the selfie camera, whereas the Galaxy A54 looks slightly more up-to-date thanks to its Infinity-O cutout.
The Galaxy A54 also appears to have slightly larger camera lenses and may use higher-quality materials for the back panel and frame. Either way, both mid-range phones appear to have been cut out of the same cloth, which lends a sense of design consistency to Samsung's device portfolio for 2023.
Spec-wise, the Galaxy A54 may use an Exynos 1380 chipset and 8GB of RAM combined with 128GB or 256GB of storage expandable via microSD. Interestingly, the Galaxy A34 will reportedly use an SoC from a different brand, namely the MediaTek MT6877V chipset paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of expandable storage. Both phones should have Super AMOLED displays that support 120Hz refresh rates.
Samsung may reveal more about the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 near the end of February at Mobile World Congress. The company has yet to confirm a release date for its upcoming cost-conscious Galaxy A phones.