Samsung Galaxy A54 exposed – to use a big battery

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, is working on a new smartphone in the Galaxy A series. This device will be the Samsung Galaxy A54. According to previous reports, this device will downgrade the main camera. It will ditch the 64MP sensor in the Galaxy A53 for a smaller 50MP sensor. The Samsung Galaxy A54 will succeed the Galaxy A53 which was launched earlier this year. However, sources claim that the smartphone will have a larger battery than the Samsung Galaxy A53.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 to use a flagship 50MP sensor

According to GalaxyClub, the Samsung Galaxy A54 will come with a decent 4,905mAh battery. Recall that the Samsung Galaxy A53 has a 4,860mAh battery. It is worth mentioning that the typical battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy A53 is 5000 mAh. Thus, the battery of the Samsung Galaxy A54 is likely to be 5100 mAh. Although the difference is not so big, it is an upgrade. Considering that Samsung does not regularly increase its battery capacity, this is a good upgrade. GalaxyClub also previously stated that the Samsung Galaxy A54 will come with three rear cameras. This includes a 50MP main camera. However, as we earlier stated, both the Samsung Galaxy A52 and Samsung Galaxy A53 phones use 64MP main rear cameras.

In addition, the Galaxy A54 may not use a depth sensor. This is because this main camera will have its own depth data collection function. The Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A53 also have many flagship-level features. These smartphones support water resistance, high refresh rate screens and stereo speakers. Thus, the Galaxy A54 will also come with many flagship features. In fact, there are reports that the 50MP camera may be a flagship sensor. In other respects, the phone will also be powered by Android 13 and One UI 5. In addition, this device will officially launch alongside several other mid-to-low-end Galaxy models.

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