As 2023 approaches, we’re bound to see Samsung show off its upcoming smartphones at the beginning of the year, which usually include its Galaxy “S” and “A” series devices. As such, a new set of product renders give us a better idea of how the next Galaxy A series phones will look.
In particular, the leaked photos – courtesy of the folks at OnLeaks and 91 Mobiles – show off the design of the Galaxy A54, the successor to 2022’s Galaxy A53. This time around though, the A54 comes with a design more reminiscent of the S22, with individual camera bumps as opposed to a larger camera island on the rear panel. The phone also has a more rounded appearance at the corners and a glossy back, evoking the appearance of its flagship sibling.
With that said, it might be larger though with a 6.4-inch 120Hz display, and combined with the thicker bezels it looks like it’ll definitely outsize the Galaxy S22. Additional specs include an Exynos 7904 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, as well as a 5,000 mAh battery – of course, nothing has been made official yet, at least until we get further word from Samsung.
Source: 91 Mobiles