Samsung Galaxy A54 Is Easier to Repair Than the Galaxy S23!

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Leaks about the Galaxy A54 have been coming out for months. However, for some reason, Samsung is still to make it official. But the good news is that Samsung has just released another crucial piece of information about the device. And this hints that the phone might be out in the wild pretty soon.

So, what’s the info about? It’s about how repairable the device is. That is, the company has just uploaded the repairability score calculation of the Galaxy A54. Although the score comes from specific French standards, it does offer insight into how long you can actually use the device after it comes out.

Galaxy A54 Receives Great Score In Repairability Test

According to Samsung, the Galaxy A54 receives 8.4 points out of 10 in terms of repairability. And the most interesting fact about this score is that it is higher than the Galaxy S23. Yes, the current flagship of Samsung received 8.2 out of 10.

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The score for the predecessor of the Galaxy A54, the Galaxy A53, was 8.2 as well. So, it seems that things are marginally improving year after year. And Samsung also appears to be taking mid-rangers more seriously now. After all, mid-range and entry-level devices are what Samsung sells the most.

Nonetheless, the report regarding the Galaxy A54 shows a lot of positive things. But there is one big negative aspect. That is, the tools needed for the repair. Also, the report notes the intricacies of how the parts are laid inside the phone. It states that opening up the phone might not be as easy as users might think. So, you might still have to rely on a professional.

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Even with these negatives, the Samsung Galaxy A54 will still be a great phone in terms of longevity. And we definitely can not wait for Samsung to officially debut this great mid-range device.

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