Samsung Galaxy A54 5G spotted on FCC: Battery, Charging, and more details

Rumors have been coming about Galaxy A54 for a long time; it is circulating that Samsung is working on a new midrange device that is going to be the successor of Galaxy A53 devices. As per recent developments, it is now confirmed that Samsung Galaxy A54 5G with model number SM-A546E was spotted on the federal communication commission (FCC) certificate website.

Galaxy A54 Specifications leaked

In the certification process, some specifications regarding charging and certification were leaked. According to information, the Galaxy A54 5G will support 25W fast charging. It is equipped with a 4905mAh rated battery. If we talk about connectivity, the device will support Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, WLAN a/b/g/n/ac/ax, and NFC.the headset will support WiFi 6 connectivity.

The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G was earlier spotted on the Geekbench benchmark, revealing an Exynos 1380 processor and 6GB of RAM. The device will come with Android 13 preinstalled; the handset will feature a triple rear camera setup with 50MP primary shooter.

As usual, Samsung always launches its new mid-range phones in the first quarter of the year, so the Galaxy A54 should also be available from march, as per the recent certification from different regions are spotted. It confirms that the device will be launched globally, not just limited to some countries.

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