2023 could be a year of colorful designs for Galaxy handsets
Samsung may still be gearing up for the launch of its Galaxy S23 series of phones, but there’s been a lot going on about them already, including paint: we got a good look at some of the signature colors in promotional material leaked a few days ago. While the green and pink colors are enticing, they’re nothing particularly new, especially since the Galaxy S22 series also had them. So it turns out that if you’re looking for some new colors from Samsung, you might want to take a look at next year’s Galaxy A34.
A bunch of new renders have emerged showing the Galaxy A34 in graphite, purple, lime and a richly saturated silver, as picked up by The Tech Outlook. The bold choices here seem appropriate to follow the Galaxy A33 palette which featured white, blue and peach above the archetypal black variant.
None of this is to say that many of Samsung’s best budget Android phones still come in dull colors. The company shipped the Galaxy A73 5G in a variety of colors, including black, white, and mint green, earlier this year, though regional availability plays a big part in that.
In addition to the fresh colors, the new renders align with previous CAD renders that show the Galaxy A34 from different angles. You’ll notice the upcoming mid-ranger will have separate rings for each rear camera lens instead of housing them on a single island, giving the A34 some S22 vibes. The Tech Outlook reports that the device may include a 13MP selfie camera in a teardrop notch.
The Galaxy A34 is said to be powered by a Samsung Exynos 1280 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It is also said to sport a 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. A 48MP sensor is said to be the star of the triple camera system on the back. A 5,000mAh battery would also keep the lights on with support for 33W fast charging.
Although the specs of the phone resemble your mid-budget smartphone, it’s still nice to see a fun color range for the low-cost handset. Let’s just hope these colors make it to the US somehow.