In the coming weeks, Samsung will unveil its next-generation Galaxy A series smartphones. There will be a Galaxy A34 among them.

Several upcoming A series devices have been rumored for quite some time now, including this one. A benchmarking platform revealed some of the specifications of this handset today.

Geekbench has spotted the Galaxy A34. This is the South Korean variant of the smartphone with model number SM-A346N.

This device will be equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset paired with 6GB RAM. Other memory variants may also be available. In terms of software, it will run Android 13.

In a single-core test, the phone scored 778 points, while in a multi-core test, it scored 2332 points. Therefore, it will perform adequately for a midrange smartphone.


Samsung Galaxy A34 is expected to arrive with a new design, according to previous leaks. In addition to Galaxy A54, other Galaxy A series phones are yet to be released. It will feature three rear cameras, one main sensor, one ultra-wide sensor, and one macro sensor. The fourth unnecessary depth sensor will be removed.

On the front, the Galaxy A34 will sport a waterdrop notched flat display with bezel-less sides. The source claims that Galaxy A34 5G will sport 6.5 inches FHD+ display. It will measure 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2 mm.

On the back, we have triple rear cameras aligned vertically similar to Galaxy S23 renders. There is an LED flash placed beside the camera module. The power button which also doubles up as a fingerprint scanner with volume rockers is on the right of the device. On the bottom, we got the USB Type-C port with speaker mesh on either side. The SIM slot along with the secondary mic is on the top of the device.