Samsung Galaxy A54 To Bring The S23 Design For Cheap

Samsung Galaxy A54 is bound to launch in the early months of 2023. It will come with some design changes and spec bumps. Moreover, the A5x device of their mid-tier range of devices is often the most popular. It is also one of the most anticipated devices of the year. The A51, A52, and A52s were major hits while the sales decreased with the A53. Samsung will be looking to restore its best-selling device with the A54. Steve Hemmerstoffer has leaked the device’s design in full.

Design & Specifications (Rumored)

Samsung Galaxy A54

The Samsung Galaxy A54 will follow the same design as the upcoming S23 series. There is no camera module. Rather the individual camera lenses stick out of the back plate. This is the same design philosophy as the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Furthermore, the selfie camera at the front will be housed inside a punch hole cut out.

Bezels are on the chunky side of this device. Adding on, the dimensions of the Galaxy A54 will measure roughly 158.3 x 76.7 x 8.2mm. Galaxy A54 is speculated to have a 6.4″ 120Hz OLED panel. Moreover, the main sensor at the rear may be a 50MP sensor. The A54 won’t have a fourth lens as its predecessors have. The device is supposed to have a 5000 mAh battery. In addition, the processor powering the A54 may be an Exynos 7904.


Samsung Galaxy A54

The A54 has to have a powerful chipset otherwise the competition will take the lead. Performance and build quality have been the biggest gripes of the A-Series recently. Samsung should use at least a metal frame and a processor equivalent to the Snapdragon 7 Gen1. Bezels are also looking ugly on the device. If the renders would have been made of the black variant, these would look ugly.

The competition comes with all these features. For instance, Nothing Phone (1) comes with a glass and metal build with symmetrical bezels, Pixel 6a has a flagship processor and decent build. Similarly, Xiaomi 12 Lite comes with extremely thin bezels. I hope these renders are not this accurate and that these subtle changes are made.

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