Samsung has just updated its range of mid-range cell phones with the Galaxy F54 5G model. The device bears several similarities with the Galaxy M54 already known in Brazil, which stands out in aspects such as battery and cameras.
After all, the Galaxy F54 brings as a differential its large 6,000 mAh tank, a capacity greater than the 5,000 mAh seen in the Galaxy A54. There’s support for 25W fast recharges via a USB-C cable, but there’s no charger in the box.
Its main sensor is 108 MP, and there is optical image stabilization technology (OIS). It is accompanied by an 8 MP ultrawide and 2 MP macro, in addition to the 12 MP component front.
Nightography mode is also available for taking more beautiful photos in nighttime environments, when the device can combine 9 photos into one to capture more details. There is also Astrolapse, which allows timelapse videos of the starry sky, for example.
The performance set of the Galaxy F54 5G is led by the Exynos 1380 processor, a platform presented in February this year by Samsung. It is produced on a five nanometer architecture, and operates at clocks of up to 2.4 GHz.
It will be sold in a version with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, which can be expanded using a micro SD card. Therefore, these are the same configurations seen in the most advanced variant of the Galaxy M54.
The construction of the device still features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, with Full HD + resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels and support for refresh rates at 120 Hz. The biometric sensor is on the side, and there is IP certification against water and dust damage.
The Galaxy F54 5G runs Android 13 out of the box, with Samsung’s typical One UI 5.1 interface. The brand guaranteed that the device will have four operating system updates, in addition to five years of security updates.
price and availability
As is typical for the Galaxy F line, its sales are aimed at the Indian market. The new smartphone will be offered in silver or blue, with an official price of Rs 30,000 – around Rs 1,789 in direct conversion.