Samsung Galaxy A35 in for review


Say hello to the Samsung Galaxy A35, the more affordable member of Samsung’s newly announced A series duo.

It’s built around a 6.6-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display of smooth 120 Hz refresh rate. This may be the Goldilocks display size for the majority of buyers.

The Galaxy A35 starts at €380 for a 6/128GB model and goes up to €450 for the 8/256GB one, but at launch you can get the storage upgrade for free and in many markets Samsung offers €70 trade-in bonus and a free Galaxy Fit3 with the purchase. The retail package is far less impressive though – you get a SIM tool and a USB-C cable and that’s that.

Samsung Galaxy A35 in for review

The Galaxy A35 has Samsung’s Key Island design because the volume and power buttons sit on a raised island together. The Galaxy A35 is well-built and feels quality-made, but the frame is plastic, whereas the A55 has a metal one.

The other difference is the glass, while the Galaxy A55 has Gorilla Glass Victus+ on both sides, the Galaxy A35 has Victus+ only on the front. It’s not clear what Samsung used for the rear panel.

Samsung Galaxy A35 in for review

Another difference is the chipset – the Galaxy A35 uses the older Exynos 1380. It’s still a 5nm chip and we can’t complain about the A35’s performance. The phone feels fast and smooth, even with just 6GB of RAM on board.

Now we’re off testing the Galaxy A35. Expect a battery life report soon!

Samsung Galaxy A35 in for review

Samsung Galaxy A35

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