The Samsung Galaxy A34 5G has been long-awaited by the South Korean smartphone maker. The company recently unveiled its Galaxy S23 series of smartphones, which includes Basic, Plus, and Ultra models. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A34 5G could be the next A-series model to launch. The smartphone has already been spotted on various certification sites that suggest specifications and prices. Now a new leak has hinted at some additional features of the alleged device, including chipset details.
Reliable tipster Yogesh Brar pointed out the specs of the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G in a tweet. Samsung’s A-series smartphone is likely to feature a 6.6-inch Full HD+ sAMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The leak suggests the phone will be available in two RAM and storage configurations . Although it can get 6GB and 8GB of RAM, the smartphone can pack up to 256GB of internal storage.
Your smartphone should be running Android 13 with Samsung One UI 5.0 overlay. Additionally, the leak adds that the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G is likely to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel macro lens on the rear, sporting a triple camera setup. The 13-megapixel front camera, on the other hand, will likely be housed in a centrally positioned teardrop notch at the top of the screen, as the tweet suggests.The Samsung Galaxy A34 5G will have Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and will likely have a 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. The phone will also have an IP67 rating, the tweet adds.
According to previous reports, the Galaxy A34 5G will be available in 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage configurations. According to the report, the 128GB model could range from €410 (approx. Rs 36,200) to €430 (approx.38,000), while the 256GB model can cost between €470 (roughly Rs 41,500) and €490 (roughly Rs 43,300).
A previous report suggested that the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G could come in four color variants: Awesome Silver, Awesome Violet, Awesome Lime and Awesome Graphite. Already spotted on multiple certification sites including the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) database, the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G is expected to launch in the global market and India soon.
Samsung Galaxy S23 with One UI 5.1 allows users to select an item from a photo in the Gallery app
The recently launched Samsung Galaxy S23 series, especially the Galaxy S23 Ultra, seems to have a lot of unexpected tricks up its sleeve. Among the few hardware updates announced this year for the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus models are some interesting software features, including the ability to recover items from photos. This feature is very similar to what is possible on the iPhone running iOS 16. As far as we know, the feature currently only seems to work on the latest
Galaxy S23 devices.
Several Twitter users have pointed out that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra seems to be able to recover elements from a photo, as we have seen on iPhone and iPad models running iOS 16. We tried it on our Galaxy S23 and Galaxy review S23 Ultra and it worked well.
The feature on Samsung Galaxy S23 phones is available when using the built-in Gallery app. All the user has to do is long-press on an object, person or pet in the image and within a second it will be extracted as a crop from the image, showing a pop-up with options to copy, share and save as image. The user can then save the cut (e.g. a .png) for later use or even sharing in another app if needed. This feature also works during video playback as long as the video is paused.
While this feature is interesting and useful, Samsung’s reluctance to announce it may be due to Apple releasing this feature first. At the same time, it is not clear which company came up with the idea or patented the functionality of the software.
As with last year’s Galaxy S22 series, Samsung has also reserved major updates for its “Ultra”. Model with the S23 series.The Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus models, as noted in our first impressions, have similar hardware to the S22 models, apart from a slightly different aesthetic appearance and a processor that’s now powered by a Qualcomm Custom Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC named Samsung it was paired with “the mobile platform Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy”. The Galaxy S23 Plus also features faster 45W wired charging. Based on our first impressions, the Galaxy S23 Ultra gets a new processor, an all-new 200MP main camera with better OIS, and some notable design tweaks, as well as new “Astro-Hyperlapse”; Star trails capture mode.