Samsung unveils Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G smartphones


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 Samsung Newsroom:

Samsung Electronics today unveiled the Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G, two smartphones that demonstrate Samsung’s ongoing commitment to making the best of mobile innovations available to everyone. Both devices come with extensive security features such as Knox Vault, as well as new photography capabilities inspired by Galaxy’s flagship camera innovations and a stunning display that adjusts to users’ surroundings with Vision Booster.

“With the Galaxy A series, we are expanding our latest technologies to a wider audience so that more people can benefit from them,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics. “We are excited to open up even more possibilities on the Galaxy A series this year, including offering Samsung Knox Vault for the first time on this lineup. We’re proud to enable Galaxy A series users to safely and reliably enjoy outstanding mobile experiences.”

An Entertainment and Creativity Hub With Versatile Photography and Stunning Display

With enhanced Nightography, Galaxy A55 5G takes clearer and more vibrant photos even in poor lighting conditions. That means every nighttime photo can reach epic new levels. Galaxy A55 5G’s advanced AI Image Signal Processing (ISP) produces stunning low-light images never seen before on Galaxy A series. It’s not just scenery that looks amazing. Night Portrait mode and 12-bit HDR video ensure the people in every image look great so that capturing memories with friends and family is never dependent on the perfect lighting.

Both Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G offer the incredible photography capabilities that Samsung Galaxy is renowned for, including features such as optical image stabilization (OIS) and video digital image stabilization (VDIS) that keep photos and videos crisp even when filming on the go.

The new devices also continue the Galaxy A series’ tradition of making fun and immersive mobile experiences accessible to all. Users can enjoy watching the latest shows or browsing social media with Super AMOLED displays, showing astonishing clarity in Full High Definition. They can also count on the 6.6-inch1 screen on both the Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G looking clear and bright in a range of light conditions thanks to Vision Booster.

Democratizing Samsung’s Most Powerful Security Innovations To Intelligently Protect More Customers for Longer

This year, Samsung is bringing one of its most innovative flagship security features, Samsung Knox Vault, to Galaxy A series users for the very first time, including on the new Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G. A hardware-based and tamper-resistant security solution, Samsung Knox Vault offers comprehensive protection against both hardware and software attacks by constructing a secure execution environment that is physically isolated from the system’s main processor and memory. It can help protect the most critical data on a device, including lock screen credentials, such as PIN codes, passwords and patterns. Samsung Knox Vault also protects device encryption keys, encrypting users’ private data stored in the device. Only a user who has the correct lock screen credentials can access their data, even if the device is lost or stolen.

The Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G are also secured by Samsung Knox, Galaxy’s multi-layer security platform. One of the most trusted security platforms in the world, Samsung Knox is designed to safeguard critical information and protect against vulnerabilities with end-to-end secure hardware, real-time threat detection and collaborative protection, taking a holistic approach across the entire Galaxy ecosystem.

For even more ways to stay protected, the Galaxy A series offers Auto Blocker, an opt-in package of additional security measures. When switched on, Auto Blocker can block app installations from unauthorized sources, provide app security checks2 to scan for potential malware and block potentially malicious commands and software installations to your device while connected by USB cable. New Galaxy A series users will also have access to Galaxy’s Security and Privacy Dashboard, making it easier than ever to see and control what is happening to their data and withdraw any permissions whenever they choose. They can also enjoy Private Sharing (part of Quick Share), which enables the secure and encrypted sharing of private files containing important personal or financial information. To ensure confidentiality, users can control the recipient’s access permissions and the file’s expiration date, while also choosing to limit screenshots or downloads.

The new Galaxy A series smartphones demonstrate Samsung’s commitment to ensure Galaxy devices remain secure and up-to-date for longer. With the Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G, users will continue to benefit from up to four generations of Android OS and One UI upgrades and five years of security updates, optimizing the lifecycle of the devices by keeping them equipped with all the latest Galaxy and Android features.

Seamless Connection With the Ever-Expanding Samsung Galaxy Ecosystem

The Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G are fully compatible with the Galaxy ecosystem giving users a smooth and integrated experience across a range of Galaxy devices. Users can keep up with their fitness goals by connecting Galaxy Fit3 or Galaxy Watch6 to their Galaxy A series smartphone. And, thanks to Auto Switch, incoming calls will be automatically switched to connected Galaxy Buds FE for enhanced convenience.

To find out more about the Samsung Galaxy A55 5G, Galaxy A35 5G and other Galaxy smartphones, please visit: Samsung Newsroom, Samsung Mobile Press and Samsung.com.

Specifications​

Galaxy A55 5G
Display 6.6-inch FHD+

Super AMOLED Display
Up to 120Hz refresh rate
Vision Booster
* Measured diagonally, the screen size is 6.6-inch in the full rectangle and 6.4-inch with accounting for the rounded corners; actual viewable area is less due to the rounded corners and camera hole.
Dimensions & Weight 161.1 x 77.4 x 8.2mm, 213g
*Device weight may vary by market.
Camera 12MP Ultra-Wide Camera

  • F2.2
50MP Main Camera
  • F1.8, AF, OIS
5MP Macro Camera
  • F2.4
32MP Front Camera
  • F2.2
Memory

& Storage
8GB + 128GB

8GB + 256GB
12GB + 256GB
* Storage options and availability may vary by carrier, market or region. Actual storage availability may vary depending on pre-installed software.
Battery 5,000mAh (typical)
* Typical value tested under third-party laboratory conditions. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples tested under IEC 61960 standard. Rated (minimum) capacity is 4,905mAh. Actual battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors.
OS Android 14

One UI 6.1
Security Samsung Knox


Galaxy A35 5G
Display 6.6-inch FHD+

Super AMOLED Display
Up to 120Hz refresh rate
Vision Booster
* Measured diagonally, the screen size is 6.6-inch in the full rectangle and 6.4-inch with accounting for the rounded corners; actual viewable area is less due to the rounded corners and camera hole.
Dimensions & Weight 161.7 x 78.0 x 8.2mm, 209g
Camera 8MP Ultra-Wide Camera

  • F2.2
50MP Main Camera
  • F1.8, AF, OIS
5MP Macro Camera
  • F2.4
13MP Front Camera
  • F2.2
Memory

& Storage
6GB + 128GB

8GB + 128GB
8GB + 256GB
* Storage options and availability may vary by carrier, market or region. Actual storage availability may vary depending on pre-installed software.
Battery 5,000mAh (typical)
* Typical value tested under third-party laboratory condition. Typical value is the estimated average value considering the deviation in battery capacity among the battery samples tested under IEC 61960 standard. Rated (minimum) capacity is 4,905mAh. Actual battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors.
OS Android 14

One UI 6.1
Security Samsung Knox


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I still have the A53 5G but going to upgrade sometime not that I don't do anything special on my phone other than Browsing Forums like I am now
 

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Got my eye on the A55..., depends on the price.
 

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Got my eye on the A55..., depends on the price.
£500 approx in UK - still pretty pricey.

Both phones have the disastrous hybrid dual SIM i.e. 2 nano sims or 1 nano sim+sd card.

Why Samsung does this garbage when you can have e-sims.

The trend now is to get rid of sd cards.

Also no 3.5 mm sockets.

The only thing going for the A55 really is the Knox security vault but even then it depends really on what security you use - pattern is not that secure for example.
 

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@cereberus

The trend now is to get rid of sd cards.

Strange, all the high-end Droid specs I've seen in the last 6 months are advertising read/write capability for 0.5/1.0 Tb sd cards (if you can afford them, of course).

My hard experience in this market (forced on me by ongoing telco/bureaucratic imposts) is that for quite reasonable prices you can purchase a 6Gb/128Gb refurbished, unbranded, unlocked 2 year old model with a 2 year warranty. I much prefer using an sd card as I can then copy the contents to another card using a PC. I agree that overcoming Google's intent to make you rent space from their "cloud" and buy useless junk from their store is an ongoing challenge.

[By "reasonable" pricing, I mean about AUD$230 as compared to AUD$1500 for the hot new trendies.]
 

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Yeah..., the more I research, the more I figure I'll stick with what I've got for another year or two!
 

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…Apple fanboy enters… “Oh Hai Thar!”
 
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[By "reasonable" pricing, I mean about AUD$230 as compared to AUD$1500 for the hot new trendies.]
That was one of the big pluses I liked about about the Windows phone. For $300.00 U.S. I could pay cash and didn't need to be locked into a 2 or 3 year contract.
 

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Yeah..., the more I research, the more I figure I'll stick with what I've got for another year or two!
I'm not sure how much of my contract with AT&T is left but I do know that it's my last one. If I can't pay cash for a new phone I'll keep what I got.
 

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Strange, all the high-end Droid specs I've seen in the last 6 months are advertising read/write capability for 0.5/1.0 Tb sd cards (if you can afford them, of course).
The only "high-end" Android phone still using an SD card, is the Sony Xperia.
 

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Samsung Galaxy A35 5G
Memory/Storage: 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB
External Storage Support: MicroSD (Up to 1TB)

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G
Memory/Storage: 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, 12GB/256GB
External Storage Support: MicroSD (Up to 1TB)

Since a lot of other phones don't have external storage you have to consider how much built-in storage the phone comes with so you always have enough for your needs.

I pre-ordered my Samsung Galaxy S21 5G/128GB three years ago directly from Samsung. It was factory unlocked so I can use it with any carrier in the U.S. That is, I can use it with AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or any other carrier on their networks.

BTW, after I got the phone I walked into a phone store to sign up with a carrier. They asked what my previous carrier was. When I said none they seemed confused because they assumed every phone bought was tied to some carrier. Naturally mine wasn't since it was factory unlocked.

At first I missed not being able to use a microSD card but so far I haven't run out of storage. If/when I do I will offload pictures, etc. to an external media. BTW, I already do regular backups of the phone data using my Windows PC.

I also thought I would miss not having a 3.5mm earphone jack. I just bought earphones that use the USB-C port. Problem solved.

I just checked and was surprised to see that my Samsung Galaxy S21 5G was compatible with eSIMs. Here is what I saw when I checked:

eSim.jpg

What devices support eSIM?

How do I check if my Android device supports eSIM?
 

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I have a Z-Fold 2. Should I ditch it?
 

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Why Samsung does this garbage when you can have e-sims.
True, though A55 has eSIM, A35 does not, but I have just got a cheaper Galaxy Xcover 7 and it has eSIM, odd.
 

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