The Samsung Galaxy A53 smartphone was introduced by Samsung earlier this year. The Samsung Galaxy A54 is anticipated to debut in the first half of 2023 because the firm typically launches A-series devices once every year. Even though the Samsung Galaxy A54 debut is still a few months off, online rumors about the device have already begun to circulate.
A recent claim from GalaxyClub, a reliable source for Samsung-related leaks, indicates that the Samsung Galaxy A54 will get a lower-quality camera, at least in terms of resolution. For those who are unaware, Samsung’s Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A52s 5G, and Galaxy A53 5G all feature 64MP main rear cameras.
On the next Galaxy A54, it appears that the firm plans to swap out the 64MP camera sensor for a 50MP camera. According to GalaxyClub, the precise specifications of this 50MP camera sensor remain unknown, making it unclear which 50MP sensor will be used in the next Samsung Galaxy A54.
According to the rumor, the Samsung Galaxy A54 has the model number SM-A546B and is presently under testing. Additionally, it is said that, like its predecessor, the Galaxy A54 will be powered by an Exynos CPU. For those who don’t know, the Exynos 1280 CPU powers the Samsung Galaxy A53.
The Samsung Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A14 5G, with model numbers SM-A346B and SM-A146B, respectively, are also rumored to be in testing with the future Galaxy A54 at the Korean Tech giant. All of these smartphones are anticipated to go on sale in the first half of 2023. In the upcoming weeks, we may anticipate hearing more about these devices.