The Samsung Galaxy A series is widely considered to be the greatest low-priced smartphones currently available. The Galaxy A line of phones offers high screen quality, long battery life, and reliable performance for a fraction of the cost of flagship models. And this recently leaked Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is a great example of how that series is about to get updated and improved.
The release date for the new Galaxy A54 5G is unknown at this time but is speculated to be sometime in early 2023. However, months before its formal appearance, leak maestro @OnLeaks already has the photographs and specifications to tell us all about the A54. The screen’s unusually large borders are a letdown compared to previous versions, and the phone also has a pronounced “chin” at its base.
According to the leak, this has also had an impact on the physical dimensions of the A54 5G. Dimensions of the Galaxy A54 5G are 158.3 x 76.7 x 8.2mm. Measurements for the Galaxy A53 5G are 159.9 x 74.7 x 8.1 mm. The A54 5G, as can be seen, is only little shorter than the A53 4G, but it is significantly wider, making it somewhat less convenient to use with one hand. It’s also a tad thicker.
The A54 5G has a redesigned design with a minimalistic aesthetic and a camera layout reminiscent of the Galaxy Ultra’s divided camera islands. Since nothing regarding the phone’s construction was leaked, we’ll assume it’s made of plastic like previous models. However, 91Mobiles’ listing of the quite dated Exynos 7904 CPU (a 14nm chip released in 2019) as a potential option for the Galaxy A54 5G caught our attention.
We can reasonably anticipate the successor of the already available Galaxy A53 5G, which features the Exynos 1280 processor, to also include the next-generation technology. Unsurprisingly, the brand new Exynos 1380 processor has lately been seen in the Bluetooth SIG database.