Samsung launched Galaxy A34 along with its upper mid-range Galaxy A54 smartphone. It comes with many features that are responsive to users like a camera, processor, and great battery. The one thing haunting users is its increased price, which is Rs. 30,999 in the country. For the 8GB & 128GB variants, users have to pay more than what they pay for Galaxy A33.
To solve this pricing issue and to make it more affordable, Samsung has planning to launch Galaxy A34 in the 6GB RAM variant. It will cut the cost up to Rs. 2000 in India, and make it a more affordable option than the OnePlus Nord series & Vivo Y series. The company could put a price somewhere Rs. 28,999 for the base variant.
All the other specs will be the same as before. Galaxy A34 has a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED screen, Exynos processor, 5000mAh battery, and One UI 5.1 software version. It also supports an expandable microSD slot to insert more storage on the device.