Samsung Galaxy A54 – Along with Samsung’s 2023 mid-range device, a new Exynos processor is also included.
We think that the Samsung Galaxy A series is among the best low-cost Android phones available.
With the Galaxy A53, you get a great 120Hz OLED display and a respectable camera setup for less than $500.
Even though it hasn’t been around for a full year, talk of its replacement, the Galaxy A54, has already begun.
We can now clearly see the future Galaxy A54, which may end up looking like the Galaxy S23, according to some recently released renders.
The Galaxy A series of smartphones from Samsung strike a commendable mix between price and performance.
The most recent generation of the series, which includes the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and Samsung Galaxy A33 5G, was launched by the firm in March 2022.
However, there are already rumours going around about what will replace the A53.
What day will the Samsung Galaxy A54 be available?
Although the Galaxy A54 hasn’t received an official release date just yet, we can estimate when it might appear by looking at the previous versions.
March-2022 Galaxy A53 5G
September-2021 Galaxy A52s 5G
March-2021 Galaxy A52 5G
April-2020 Galaxy A51
As you can see, the primary numbered entries in the A-series often release in March or April.
The Galaxy A54’s arrival in March or April 2023 therefore seems feasible.
How much does the Samsung Galaxy A54 cost?
At the time of writing, there is no definite price for the Galaxy A54, just like there is no confirmed release date.
Once more, we can look at its forebears to comprehend possible expenses.
They were arranged as follows:
$449/£399/€449 for the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G.
$499/£399/€459 for the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G.
$499/£399/€459 for the Samsung Galaxy A52
$399/£329/€399 for the Samsung Galaxy A51
Based on these comparatively consistent prices, we would estimate that the Galaxy A54 will cost about the same as the A53 5G.
What specifications and features will the Samsung Galaxy A54 have?
You’ve already figured out by now that Samsung hasn’t released any sort of comment regarding the Galaxy A54, so we’ll have to rely on rumours and prior performance to determine this.
However, several rumours regarding alleged intentions for the new device have begun to circulate.
The A54 has previously been tested on the benchmark Geekbench, where it received respectable results for a mid-range processor—776 in the single-core test and 2,599 in the multi-core benchmark—and marked an improvement over the 1,833 multi-core score we noted while testing the A53.
The listing discloses that the phone has 6GB of RAM and runs Android 13 (no huge surprise here), however we would anticipate at least an 8GB option at launch.
The chipset is identified as the S5E8835, which is almost certainly the Exynos 1280’s replacement and is probably also known as the Exynos 1380.
The CPU is said to have a Mali G68 GPU and four performance cores running at 2.4 GHz and four efficiency cores running at 2.0 GHz.
According to Galaxy Club, there is more information available on the phone’s specifications.
According to reports, it will first change to a 50Mp primary camera. This may seem like a reduction from the A53’s 64Mp camera, but in actuality, the sensor and lens are probably better.
The report also claims that the phone would have a battery with a rated capacity of 4905mAh.
The A53 battery’s claimed 5000mAh capacity was really 4860mAh, hence the A54’s capacity will probably be officially announced as either 5050mAh or 5100mAh.
Even a slight difference is still helpful.
The Exynos 1280 chipset was blamed for the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s poor performance, which was the main complaint in our evaluation.
If Samsung wants the upcoming model to compete in a market category that is growing increasingly competitive, the processor needs to be much better.
Depending on the configuration that was easily accessible in your location, the A53 5G was available with 4, 6, or 8GB of RAM.
We would think that the Galaxy A54’s default setting would be at the higher end of that choices given the current landscape of demanding apps and high-quality photo/video capturing.
The battery life of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G was excellent, but charging times weren’t.
It would take about two hours to recharge a depleted battery to 100% with a maximum power restriction of 25W.
Even at the lower end of the price range, this is mediocre, especially in light of the fact that other less costly Android phones can fully recharge their batteries in under 30 minutes.
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