Samsung introduced the Galaxy A53 in March this year. Its successor Galaxy A54 seems to arrive earlier. It will probably be sometime in January 2023 instead of March. There’s no official word from Samsung on the Galaxy A54 yet, but thanks to tipster OnLeaks, we now have a glimpse of the design.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 looks similar to the A53 from the front as it’s built around a central punchhole. The display has a diagonal of 6.4 inches, 0.1 inches smaller than the A53. The refresh rate of 120 Hz and the FullHD+ resolution are identical.
On the back of the Samsung Galaxy A54 there are now three instead of the four cameras on the Galaxy A53. The lenses protrude directly from the back, there is no camera island like on the predecessor. The setup of the Galaxy A53 was led by a 64-megapixel main camera, while the Galaxy A54 will have a 50-megapixel main camera.
A speaker grille and the main microphone sit next to the USB-C port on the bottom. The SIM card slot with another microphone is located at the top, while the right frame of the Samsung smartphone accommodates the volume rocker and the power button. The latter does not appear to have an embedded fingerprint sensor. Therefore, this should sit under the display, which in turn would mean an AMOLED panel.
At 8.2mm, the Samsung Galaxy A54 is 0.1mm thicker than the A53. The reason for this is said to be the slightly larger 5,100 mAh battery (instead of 5,000 mAh) in the A54. The Samsung Galaxy A54 has already passed 3C certification, which indicates an imminent launch.