While all the attention is currently focused on the new Galaxy A54, which was launched recently and is set to conquer the mid-range, Samsung has quietly unveiled its biggest competitor. Not only the 108 MP camera stands out.
Samsung Galaxy M54 is official
The Galaxy M54 has been in the rumor mill for months. Now it has been officially presented at least in the Middle East and reveals all its secrets (source: Samsung). In fact, the new Galaxy M54 is a strong alternative to the Galaxy A54. It has the same or better properties. The Super AMOLED display is larger at 6.7 inches, but also works at 120 Hz. The same Exynos 1380 is used as the processor, with you here directly 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage received. The Galaxy A54 also has 128 GB. If you don’t have enough storage, it can be expanded by up to 1 TB with MicroSD cards.
There is one on the back of the Galaxy M54 108 MP main camera, which should have a good picture quality. The ultra wide angle has a resolution of 8 MP. Samsung has integrated all the familiar camera features that you know from other models. The fingerprint sensor is on the side and a 5G modem is integrated. What is missing are waterproof features, which only the Galaxy A54 offers.
But the highlight is the monstrous battery. The Galaxy M54 is namely equipped with 6,000 mAh, which should ensure an extremely long runtime. The battery can be recharged relatively quickly with 25 watts. Due to the large battery, the weight is also a bit higher. We’re talking about 199 grams here.
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Samsung Galaxy M54: price and availability
Samsung has not yet priced and no launch date called the Galaxy M54. But the price should be around 500 euros lay. This is the new basis for Samsung’s mid-range. The Galaxy A54 starts at 489 euros (see Samsung) – in the pre-sale phase until April 3rd. you also get 256 instead of 128 GB of memory here. It is not known if and when the Galaxy M54 will come to Germany.
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