This week Samsung launched the Galaxy A54, the mid-range carry out to its Galaxy S leading series. Like the last two generations of the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A54 is worth it if you need an optimistic AMOLED display screen without flagship-level charges.
However, the Galaxy A54 is a mid-sized Android smartphone with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display. This display allegedly has a less dirty look and is a Samsung marketing term connecting to where the Phone’s touch layer that is still great.
Moreover, the screen got a supreme brightness of 1000 nits in wide daylight, making those dog days easier to grasp. It also has an enormous 120Hz refresh rate, which is uncommon at the Phone’s $500 price fact.
Though the refresh rate is not great for the battery, it makes for flatter gameplay and UI animations on a minor screen. Regarding the battery life of the Galaxy A54, the battery leftovers are unchanged from the Galaxy A53.
However, Samsung Galaxy A54 equips a 5000 mAh battery pack. That continued for almost 19 hours off the charger. Furthermore, the workstation inside this Samsung phone has a 5nm Exynos 1380, accessible with 6 or 8GB RAM and up to 256GB storage.
While if you like to store data, the Galaxy A54 has a microSD slot for up to 1TB more storage space. And this Phone has a three-camera system that will confidently impress. It features a 50 MO primary camera with an f/1.8 opening, a 12 MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 32 MP front camera with an f/2.2 aperture.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 charges $450 and comes in two colors, Violet and Graphite, and it will be on sale starting from April 6.
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