While the focus of netizens is on the Galaxy Unpacked conference on February 01 and the flagship Galaxy S23 series, Samsung actually has a number of low-end and mid-range phones ready, including the Galaxy A54, A34, and A24, which have already been posted on the Internet earlier. According to rumors, the latest foreign website broke the news and released the Galaxy M54 5G, which is also a mid-range mobile phone. As the successor model of the Galaxy M53, the Galaxy M54 5G was spotted in the Geekbench database as early as November last year.
The leaking website uploaded it yesterday, claiming to be the body design of the Galaxy M54 5G. It can be seen that the design of the camera module on the back of the device is quite different from that of the M53. First of all, the Galaxy M54 5G has changed from four lenses in the previous generation to only three lenses, and it has changed from the protruding square camera module of the previous generation to a vertical three-lens layout that is no longer protruding.
This design is similar to the Galaxy S23. It is reported that the Galaxy M54 5G will use a polycarbonate body, the front of the body is a flat screen, and the left, right and top borders are narrower. It is said that fingerprint recognition will be integrated into the power button on the side of the machine. According to the specifications provided by Geekbench earlier, the Galaxy M54 5G will be equipped with an Exynos 1380 processor, paired with 8GB of RAM and preloaded with the One UI 5.0 interface based on Android 13. The website indicates that Samsung will provide blue and gradient white body options.