Top 5 Features on Samsung Galaxy A54, Making it the A-Series Champion

Sohail Akhtar

With its impressive performance and features, Samsung Galaxy A54 has established itself as a formidable contender in the mid-range smartphone market. With the A74 discontinued, the A54 has emerged to become the new champion of the Samsung A series. Undoubtedly, the phone is born to compete in the upper echelon of the smartphone market. Presented below are its top five standout features.

Has an Effortless Handle on Intense Gaming

Galaxy A54's chipset makes it stand out the most. Compared to its predecessor, the phone's Exynos 1380 SoC boasts a 20% faster CPU and a 26% boost in gaming performance, all thanks to its 5nm fabrication, beefy GPU, and four ultra-performance cores. In gaming, the SoC almost equals Snapdragon 778, boasting flagship-level performance. 

Has an Extreme Camera Setup

An improved 50MP sensor headlines the A54's rear-mounted camera setup. It features an enhanced pixels size at 1µm, a better OIS stabilizer, and an all-pixel autofocus. 

All these traits combine to better camera focus, capture sharper and brighter images, and record crisp 4K videos in challenging lighting conditions. As claimed by Samsung, the primary shooter now absorbs 50% more shakes using OIS and is four times more reactive than the last year's A53.  

Has More Impact Resistive Chassis

Of all the A5X devices in history, Galaxy A54 is the first to bear a Glass shield on the rear. The latest Samsung 5G mobile now has Gorilla Glass at the front and the back adding to its overall aesthetic feel and resistance against scratches.

Has Wi-Fi 6 For Lag-free Gaming and Video Streams

Samsung has integrated Wi-Fi 6 technology into the Galaxy A54 5G, enabling users to enjoy enhanced high-resolution video streaming on popular platforms such as Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube. On top of that, it streamlines online gaming, improving the latency if connected to a Wi-Fi 6 router.

Has a Brighter Screen and Louder Speakers

A54's screen is 1000nits bright for a better viewing experience under intense sun glares. Thanks to Vision Booster tech, it retains accurate colors even if you have set the ambient light intensity to high.

Sized at 6.4 inches, the phone's AMOLED panel boasts a 120Hz refresh rate, is HDR10+ certified, and SGS approved for blue emission reduction. Compared to last year's A53, the newcomer brings a deeper base and a louder max volume.  


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