Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is a mid-range smartphone with a range of impressive features, including a 5G connectivity option and a triple-camera setup. However, regarding the camera’s performance, the device has received mixed reviews, with its DxOMark score falling short of expectations.
Despite Samsung’s reputation for producing high-quality camera systems, the A54 5G’s camera still needs to deliver the results many had hoped for. The DxOMark staff decided that the time had come to satisfy that curiosity. It published the tests related to the main camera of the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G, which has disappointed expectations a bit.
Specification of Galaxy A54 5G
- 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution (1,080 x 2,340 pixels), refresh rate at 120Hz and peak brightness at 1,000 nits
- Samsung Exynos 1380 processor
- 8 GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB storage, expandable via microSD card
- triple rear camera, with 50-megapixel main sensor (f/1.8, PDAF and OIS), 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor (f/2.2, with 123° viewing angle) and 5-megapixel macro sensor (f/2.4)
- 32 megapixel front camera (f/2.2)
- 5,000mAh battery (with 25W wired fast charging)
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G scored 106 points for photos, 55 points for bokeh, 53 points for preview, 79 points for zoom, and 115 points for videos, resulting in an overall score of 107 points. This score places it at the 84th position in the DxOMark ranking, which is behind Vivo X60 Pro 5G (Exynos) and Xiaomi 11T.
The following results, relating to certain conditions (external, indoor, low light, and group shots), also confirm that the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is quite far from the best models in photography:
According to DXOMark’s testing, several aspects of the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G’s camera impressed the testers. The device was noted for its good exposure and wide dynamic range in bright and indoor light, as well as its ability to capture details in landscapes and its reliable autofocus. However, some unconvincing aspects were highlighted in the testing. For example, the camera had some issues with focus errors in macro mode, scenes with moving elements, and artifacts in high-contrast scenes. The white balance was also noted to be unstable at times. These factors likely contributed to the device’s lower-than-expected DxOMark score.
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