Samsung Galaxy A54 leak hints bigger battery than predecessor

Samsung Galaxy A54 will succeed the Samsung Galaxy A53 that was launched earlier this year.

  • Samsung Galaxy A54 battery capacity has been leaked to be 4,905mAh
  • Galaxy A54 is expected to pack a bigger battery than Galaxy A53
  • Earlier reports have suggested a triple rear camera setup

Samsung Galaxy A54 will succeed the Samsung Galaxy A53 that was launched earlier this year. While there is still some time to go for the launch, the Samsung Galaxy A54 has been a part of rumour mill for a while. Now, the smartphone’s battery capacity has been leaked. The new leak suggests that the handset will pack a larger battery than the Samsung Galaxy A53.

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According to a report on Dutch website GalaxyClub, the Samsung Galaxy A54 will come with a 4,905mAh battery, compared with the 4,860mAh battery on the Samsung Galaxy A53. The report suggests that since the Galaxy A53’s battery was marketed as a 5,000mAh unit, the Samsung Galaxy A54’s battery could be showcased as a 5,100mAh unit.

According to an earlier report from GalaxyClub, the Samsung Galaxy A54 will be launched with a triple rear camera setup, which will include a 50-megapixel primary shooter. The report suggests that the Galaxy A54 may skip the separate depth sensor, since the main camera will come with capabilities to collect depth data on its own.

The Samsung Galaxy A54 will be one of the mid-range offerings in Samsung’s next Galaxy A-series devices. Recently, the Samsung Galaxy A24 specifications were leaked, hinting at a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The smartphone is tipped to come with an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7904 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. There is also said to be a triple camera setup with a 50-megapixel primary shooter, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens,  and a 5-megapixel depth or macro shooter.

Earlier, back in April, we had gotten our first look at the Samsung Galaxy A54 via concept images. The concept renders, shared by LetsGoDigital, take some major design cues from the Galaxy A series design language, but the bezels around the display have been made symmetrical.