Some top-end smartphones can overwhelm you with features. And let’s not mention how much they can potentially set you back. If you’d prefer a phone with more condensed features at a more pocket-friendly price, the Samsung A series could be perfect for you.
With the A series, you can expect awesome cameras, sharp displays, and excellent battery life – all at a great price.
And the latest phone in the series is no exception. The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G has arrived. Got one in your sights? Here’s everything you need to know.
At 6.4in, the Galaxy A54 may be slightly smaller than the A53 but still packs a punch. The Infinity-O display looks incredible. Whether you’re streaming, scrolling, or snapping – content is sharp with brilliant detail and colours that pop.
If gaming’s your thing, the 120Hz refresh rate makes gaming silky-smooth. Pair that with our 5G network to get an instant advantage against your opponents.
Samsung phones are renowned for their innovative camera tech. And the A54 certainly isn’t lacking.
The triple rear camera is made up of a 50MP main lens, 12MP ultra-wide, and 5MP macro lens. It includes features seen in higher-end phones like Nightography – perfect for low-light shots. And Optical Image Stabilisation – for blur-free photos and videos.
With a 32MP F2.2 lens, the Samsung A54 front camera is impressive. Add portrait mode into the mix and get picture-perfect selfies. It’s ideal for video calls too. And there are loads of filters to use if that’s your thing.
Excellent battery life is one of the things the A series does best.
The Galaxy A54 sports a powerful 5,000mAh battery and boasts a 2-day battery life. And when you need to charge, the 25W super-fast charge gives you the power you need.
Want to find out how to get more out of your battery? Head to our Samsung Galaxy A54 tips and tricks article.
The A54 is rated IP67. What does that actually mean? An IP67 rating means the device is protected from dust and can survive in up to 1 metre of fresh water for 30 minutes. So, if your phone takes a dip in the sink, there’s no need to panic.