Samsung A35 price and specs: large FHD+ screen revealed

Samsung is pushing hard in the smartphone arena with a collection of powerful phones. The new Samsung Galaxy A35 5G smartphone is a feature packed device that users will love. Starting with the operating system loaded on the phone, the latest Android 14 is the default OS which is packed with cool features and apps. The device also weighs 209g and support 5G network capabilities to deliver fast internet experience.

Taking a look at the type of display mounted on the Galaxy A35, the smartphone is packed with a large 6.6 Inches FHD+ OLED screen. The display will allow Samsung users to view high quality images on the phone without problems. Users can also play and work on the phone for extended period without charging with the support of long lasting battery. A high capacity 5000mAh battery is mounted on the phone to supply stable power on the device. The ability to quickly charge the battery to its full capacity is also possible with 25W fast charging capabilities built-in the device. Looking at the cameras, the device is mounted with powerful triple camera setup consisting of a 5MP, 8MP and 50MP on the rear. As for the selfie camera, the Galaxy A35 is mounted with a powerful 13MP selfie.

See full specifications and pricing for Samsung galaxy A35 below



Manufacturer: Samsung

Operating System: Android 14

Price: R7 000 / $373


Weight: 209g, 161.7 x 78 x 8.2mm

SIM: Nano-SIM, 5G


Type: 6.6” FHD+ OLED, 120Hz


CPU: Octa-Core Exynos 1380

GPU: Unspecified


Internal: 128GB/256GB

Ram: 6GB/8GB


Type: 5000mAh, 25W Wired


Main Camera: 5MP + 8MP + 50MP

Selfie Camera: 13MP


WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/

Bluetooth: YES


NFC: Unspecified

USB: Type-C

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