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They both get Knox Vault security for the first time

Getting higher-end features on more affordable phones is always a good thing.

Samsung announced two new affordable smartphones in its A series on Monday, the Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G. The phones come with Knox Vault, Samsung’s security suite, a display that adjusts to your surroundings called Vision Booser, and a camera “inspired by” its higher-end phones.

Samsung offers an A series every year as a phone for more budget-conscious consumers. They typically offer solid performance and specifications at a lower price than the flagship models.

“With the Galaxy A series, we are expanding our latest technologies to a wider audience so that more people can benefit from them,” said Samsung’s TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience in a statement. “We are excited to open up even more possibilities on the Galaxy A series this year, including offering Samsung Knox Vault for the first time on this lineup. We’re proud to enable Galaxy A series users to safely and reliably enjoy outstanding mobile experiences.”

The Galaxy A55 5G promises clearer, more vibrant pictures, even in low light, powered by “advanced AI Image Signal Processing (ISP),” a first in the A series of phones. It also boasts 12-bit HDR video and a night portrait mode, while it joins the A35 in offering optical image and video stabilization.

Samsung’s Knox Vault is a hardware-based security solution that physically isolates your data from the main processor and memory. That keeps things like PIN codes, passwords, encryption keys, and login patterns safer from hacking. It works alongside Samsung Knox, a “multi-layer security platform” that’s designed to keep the rest of your data safe. The Galaxy A series also offers Auto Blocker, which can keep unauthorized apps from installing, scans apps for malware, and can block potentially malicious code and commands when you’re connected to USB. Samsung also provides Private Sharing, a way to share files securely with encryption, as well as limiting screenshots or downloads from your phone.

No pricing info as of yet, but Samsung does promise that Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G are compatible with the rest of the Galaxy ecosystem, working seamlessly with Galaxy Fit3, Watch6, and Galaxy Buds FE.

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