A new smartphone Samsung was seen on the side of the Bluetooth SIG. Apparently it is the Galaxy A54 5G.
The South Korean firm should soon introduce new devices belonging to the Galaxy A line. Among them, the Galaxy A54 5G has been in the limelight for some time now and has even been spotted on various certification websites. Today, we learn through our colleagues from Gizmochina that the terminal has just passed through the Bluetooth SIG, the organization in charge of supervising the development of Bluetooth standards. Of course, thanks to this discovery, we now know which version of the Bluetooth protocol the Galaxy A54 5G will offer. In addition to this information, the platform posted other details that should be of interest to the curious.
Here’s what the Bluetooth SIG has shared about this upcoming mid-range smartphone from the chaebol.
An Exynos SoC?
You should know that the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website under the model number SM-A546V. We know that the phone will support the protocol Bluetooth 5.3. What is all the more interesting is the fact that the body has confirmed the name of the product. Also, it will indeed be called “Galaxy A54”. The list also suggests a imminent launch. Considering that Samsung plans to drop the Galaxy A7x lineup, the Galaxy A54 5G could become the most premium model in the Galaxy A line.
As mentioned above, this is not the first time that this future product from Samsung has been spotted on a certification website. New, he made his way to Geekbench, revealing a good part of its data sheet. According to the benchmarking platform, the Galaxy A54 incorporates a eight-core processor designated by the reference ” S5E8835 “. In all likelihood, it could be theExynos 1380. Also according to Geekbench, the terminal will ship at least 6 GB of RAM.
A 6.4-inch screen?
Apart from these details, we know from rumors that the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is expected to be powered by a 5100mAh battery and include a 50 megapixel main photo sensor in back. The phone offers fast charging with a power of 25 watts. Display level, it would sport a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED displayes with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The software part would be served by Android 13 with OneUI 5.0 overlay…
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