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As Samsung gears up for the anticipated release of the Galaxy A35 and A55, recent developments suggest an imminent launch. The company has discreetly unveiled support pages for both models across several European countries. While these pages offer limited details, they confirm the existence of 128GB and 256GB variants for the A55. The European versions, distinguished by model numbers SM-A556B and SM-A356B, with some featuring “DS” indicating dual-SIM capability.

Despite Samsung’s silence on official specifications, leaks have provided insights into the upcoming mid-range devices. Recently leaked renders showcased a familiar design, indicating little departure from previous generations.

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Notably, rumors suggest that the Galaxy A55 will be powered by the Exynos 1480 chipset, potentially featuring an AMD GPU—a feature previously reserved for flagship Exynos chips. This hints at improved gaming performance compared to last year’s model. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A35 is expected to retain the Exynos 1380 chipset.

Additional leaks have surfaced, revealing official cases and repairability scores, offering a comprehensive preview of what consumers can expect. With the appearance of support pages, anticipation mounts for the official launch, which is likely to occur soon. This milestone also signals the imminent start of teaser campaigns, expected to unveil more details about the Galaxy A35 and A55.

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