The launch of the Galaxy S24 series by Samsung is scheduled for January 17, with pre-reservations for the Galaxy S24 already underway in India. Following the Galaxy S series release, Samsung typically introduces its premium mid-range Galaxy A series smartphones shortly thereafter. The flagship A-series device for this year is anticipated to be the Galaxy A55.
Galaxy A55 Design and Color Options
Before its official release, detailed renders of the Galaxy A55 have been unveiled by Android headlines, showcasing the smartphone’s design and available color options. The device boasts a flat back with three protruding camera rings. While the sides remain mostly flat, there’s a notable design element where the power button and volume rocker are located – Samsung has opted for a raised and curved design in that specific region rather than keeping it entirely flat.
Metal Frame and Display
There were speculations that the frame of the Galaxy A55 could be made of metal this time, and from the looks of it, that is what we will be getting. Moving on, the front of the device is revealed to feature noticeable but even bezels (except for the bottom one). It also has a centered punch hole for the front camera. As for the color options, the Galaxy A55 will come with Awesome Iceblue, Awesome Lilac, and Awesome Navy color options.
Performance and Software
Other than that, there isn’t much known about the Galaxy A55. A previous Geekbench listing has revealed that the device will feature an Exynos 1480 SoC which has four performance cores clocked at 2.75GHz and four efficiency cores at 2.05GHz. The phone has 8GB RAM, and will likely have up to 256GB storage. Other than that, we can expect it to debut with Android 14 onboard, and by the time it launches, One UI 6.1 will likely be out. More details are expected to arrive as we get closer to the launch, so stay tuned.