Samsung is introducing the Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G smartphones with new photography capabilities inspired by Galaxy’s flagship camera innovations, a display that adjusts to users’ surroundings with Vision Booster and security features such as Knox Vault, a first for the A series.

With enhanced Nightography, Galaxy A55 5G takes clearer and more vibrant photos even in poor lighting conditions compared to the A54 smartphone thanks to advanced AI Image Signal Processing (ISP) supported by Night Portrait mode and 12-bit HDR video.

Both Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G offer photography capabilities such as optical image stabilisation (OIS) and video digital image stabilisation (VDIS) for crisp photos and videos.

Users can enjoy enhanced clarity in Full HD with Super AMOLED displays on the 6.6-inch screens in a range of light conditions thanks to Vision Booster.

This year, Samsung is bringing its flagship security feature, Samsung Knox Vault to Galaxy A series users on the Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G. A hardware-based security solution, it offers protection against both hardware and software attacks by constructing an environment is physically isolated from the system’s memory.

It can help protect data including lock screen credentials, such as PIN codes, passwords and patterns. It also helps protect the device encryption keys, encrypting users’ private data stored in the device. Only a user who has the correct lock screen credentials can access their data, even if the device is lost or stolen.

Samsung Galaxy A35 in Ice Blue.

The Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G are also secured by Samsung Knox, Galaxy’s multi-layer security platform designed to help safeguard critical information and protect against vulnerabilities with end-to-end secure hardware, real-time threat detection and collaborative protection.

The Galaxy A series also offers Auto Blocker, an opt-in package of additional security measures. When switched on, it can block app installations from unauthorised sources, provide app security checks to scan for potential malware and block potentially malicious commands and software installations while connected by USB cable.

New Galaxy A series users will also have access to Galaxy’s Security and Privacy Dashboard to see and control what is happening to data and withdraw any permissions whenever they choose. They can also enjoy Private Sharing, part of Quick Share, which enables the secure and encrypted sharing of private files.

With the Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G, users will continue to benefit from up to four generations of Android OS and One UI upgrades and five years of security updates, optimising the lifecycle of the devices.

The new Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G will be available to purchase from 25 March from the Samsung online store and select retail partners for RRP $699 and $549, respectively.

Users who purchase the Galaxy A55 5G from the Samsung online store before 15 April will also receive a bonus pair of Galaxy Buds FE in the same transaction. For customers interested in the Galaxy A35 5G, they’ll receive $100 off their purchase until 15 April. With the purchase of either of the new A series devices, customers will be offered a $100 bonus with trade-in for a limited time.