The Galaxy A series has been a popular and highly anticipated line of smartphones, and while Samsung's Galaxy A04 has already been released, the Galaxy A34 and A54 are still awaiting launch. The latest leak in a string of many reveals the prices and specifications for both devices, as reported by industry insiders. For those eagerly awaiting the newcomers, here's everything we know so far about these upcoming devices.
Starting with the Galaxy A54, users will find a smaller screen on the phone when compared to its cheaper substitute A34. It will be 6.4-inch in size bearing AMOLED technology, Full HD+ resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate.
Galaxy A54 rocks a newly-introduced Exynos 1380 chip at its core. It plugs into a 5000mAh cell backed by 25W fast power delivery. The handset will likely feature 50MP primary, 12MP secondary, and 2MP tertiary sensors in cameras. The selfie shooter will be a higher-res 32MP inside a punch hole cutout.
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Samsung Galaxy A54 Price in Pakistan & Specs
SnoopyTech and Yogesh Brar (well-versed Samsung leakers) tipped Galaxy A54’s price for the 128GB variant. According to re, the phone will cost ~520 Euros, roughly translating to PKR 153,000. This time, the price is higher than last year’s 450 Euros mark for A53.
Moving on to Galaxy A34, the phone has a larger 6.6-inch display, AMOLED tech, 120Hz, and with Full HD+ resolution. A slight difference between the screen of both newcomers will be their notches. Galaxy A34 has a slightly intrusive U-notch.
A34 is using MediaTek’s relatively old Dimensity 1080 chip. Its triple-camera configuration likely consists of 48MP + 8MP +5MP sensors, and the front camera should be 13MP. Reportedly, the phone is IP67 rated, and inside the chassis, it holds a 5000mAh cell.
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Samsung Galaxy A34 Price in Pakistan & Specs
According to the tipsters, Galaxy A34 will go on retail for around 420 Euros, which roughly translates to PKR 123,500. Its price is higher than last year’s Galaxy A33, starting at 370 Euros for a 6+128GB configuration. The newcomers are likely to unveil midway through March, and we’ll cover both devices in depth after their release, so stay tuned.