secretly, Samsung launches its mid-range smartphone Galaxy M54 in Middle East markets. Slightly different from the newly revealed Galaxy A54 5G, The device draws attention with its 108 MP main camera and long battery life..

Externally, the model follows the look adopted by the brand’s new devices. Thus, the phone brings the rear triple camera sensors positioned vertically alone.

The appearance of the Galaxy M54 follows the model of the flagship Galaxy S23 series.

Galaxy M54 features

The Galaxy M54 uses the Samsung Exnyos 1380 chipset adopted by the Galaxy A54 5G. In terms of memory, the model launches with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal space (expandable up to 1TB via microSD card).

Promising well-defined images and smooth navigation, The phone has a 6.7 inch Super AMOLED Plus display with Full HD+ resolution.. In addition, the wide panel has a 120 Hz refresh rate.

Galaxy M54 impresses with its triple rear camera consisting of a 108 MP main sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS)., 8 MP ultra wide and 2 MP macro unit. Like the main set, the 32 MP front camera shoots in 4K.

With One UI 5.1 interface (Android 13), the device has 5G connections, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, NFC, USB-C port and biometric sensor on the side. The phone even has a generous 6,000mAh battery.but only with 25W charging support.

The 6,000mAh battery is one of the highlights of the Galaxy M54.

Price to be announced

According to information from Samsung, the Galaxy M54 will be released in two color options, Silver (silver) and Navy Blue (blue). Despite the detailed announcement, the manufacturer did not reveal the launch price of the device.

This information will be announced in the coming weeks when the product reaches stores in the Middle East. Rumors suggest that the device should launch in Asian countries as well.

Source: Tec Mundo

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