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Samsung Galaxy A54 renders show it will share the Galaxy S23 design

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The Samsung Galaxy A54 will apparently share some design cues with the Galaxy S23. Based on a set of computer renders, Samsung's mid-ranger is bringing a few notable changes to the exterior, particularly to the rear. However, the device is expected to be launched around March next year only after the flagship Galaxy S23.

The exclusive first look of the Galaxy A54 was shared by 91Mobiles and OnLeaks through a detailed rendering. It reveals a major revamp by favoring a flatter triple camera setup at the back while ditching the elevated island that previously housed a quad sensor. But it is unknown which snapper has been dropped.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S23 is also expected to borrow some design cues from this year's Galaxy S22 Ultra. The vanilla models are seen to depart from the distinctive contoured layout which originated from the Samsung Galaxy S21 series.

Samsung Galaxy A54 first image renders, price, and launch estimate
Galaxy A54 with rounder sides and new camera layout / © 91Mobiles

Besides the camera section, little else has changed on the Galaxy A54. It still has a punch-hole display alongside a pronounced bezel at the bottom and rounder edges and sides. The display is believed to retain the 120Hz refresh rate but at a slightly reduced size of 6.4-inch. Both the USB-C port and a pair of physical buttons are likewise unchanged.

Most of the improvements are likely to be reserved under the hood. Unfortunately, details such as the choice of processor and memory configurations are still unconfirmed. As a reference, the Galaxy A53 ships with an octa-core Exynos 1280 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and 5,000 mAh battery.

Do you prefer the new look of the Galaxy A54? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.

Source: 91Mobiles

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Jade Bryan

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I still remember how amazed I was when I first got hold of the Nokia 3210 back when I was a kid, and it was during that time I developed my love for technology, particularly for mobile phones. I started sharing my knowledge through writing in different blogs and forums back in Nokia Nseries era. I even make videos before where I put different phones side-by-side. Today, I'm still an avid enthusiast of smartphones, but my interests have evolved into smart devices and electric vehicles.

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    storm Nov 15, 2022 Link to comment

    Phone OEMs could learn from the car world, say subaru, where you have a base frame design that the different models all build on. Plug in the modules, expand or shrink the borders a bit for different screens. design a camera module that fits multiple cameras but plugs in the same and is largely software compliant on the same software... Use the base frame for 3 years--phone market changes faster than cars.

    Jade Bryan


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      Rubens Eishima
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      Nov 16, 2022 Link to comment

      Hmm, a similar approach to the Framework laptop?


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        storm Nov 16, 2022 Link to comment

        That's one way. I'm not thinking so user serviceable or changeable but designing for production efficiency across the model line resulting in a unified look and feel. Not su much custom parts and software.

        Rubens Eishima

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