Samsung makes fresh entry with Galaxy A55 5G smartphone. Here’s a few features you need to know


SAMSUNG has announced the introduction of its latest entries in the mid-range smartphone segment on the market, with the Galaxy A55 5G emerging as the more feature-rich and premium offering.

Building upon the success of its predecessor, the Galaxy A54, the new release sets a new benchmark in Samsung’s smartphone lineup.

According to the SAMSUNG official news, the Galaxy A55 had raised the bar with significant enhancements compared with its predecessor.

It boasts of a larger display, a more powerful chipset, increased RAM in the base configuration and a premium build that combines durability with sophistication.

Despite the upgrades, the Galaxy A55 has retained many of the features that made the Galaxy A54 successful.

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The Galaxy A55 features a 6.6-inch Oled display with a flat design, reminiscent of Samsung’s flagship smartphones.

While Samsung had hinted at improvements in peak brightness, specific details such as nits and numbers had not been disclosed yet.

The Galaxy A55 retains several key features of its predecessor, these include a 120Hz screen refresh rate for smooth scrolling and swiping, as well as support for HDR10+ video content, ensuring a vibrant and immersive viewing experience.

In terms of durability, the Galaxy A55’s display is built with Gorilla Glass Victus, offering enhanced resistance against scratches and shattering compared with the previous generation Gorilla Glass 5.

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