Galaxy A34 and A54 prices leaked: No more budget options!

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Samsung fans and smartphone enthusiasts have been eagerly waiting for the release of the Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54. Just last month, we got some leaked renders of the devices, giving us a sneak peek into what they might look like. And now, a new leak has surfaced, this time revealing the possible prices of the two phones.

Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54 prices have been leaked

The news may not be so positive for those looking for a budget option. According to the tipster SnoopyTech, Samsung may be increasing the price of both the A54 and A34 in the EU. This comes as a bit of a disappointment, especially as we learned recently that the global price of the next-generation models in the Galaxy S series would also be increasing.

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Last month, there was a leak that suggested that the Galaxy A34 5G would be priced between €410 to €430. While the A54 5G would be priced from €530 to €550. This new leak now reveals that the A34 will cost €419 and the A54 at €519. To put this in perspective, the A33 was available at €369. While the A53 was available for €449 when they launched. This means that the A34 and A54 will see an increase of €50 and €70, respectively.

It’s bad news for those looking for a budget option, as these phones are specifically targeting them. While these may be the prices we see in the EU, it remains uncertain if US consumers will also experience this price bump. Samsung didn’t increase the price of the Galaxy S23 series in the US. So there’s a good chance it won’t for these phones either.

Although Samsung has yet to release official information about the A54 and A34, we could see these new phones launching as early as March 15. With just a week to go, fans will soon find out if these leaks are accurate. And if they’ll need to budget a little more for the latest Samsung offerings.

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