Samsung announces the new mid-range Galaxy A34 and A54


Samsung has launched the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54, two new mid-range smartphones that improve on their predecessors in several aspects. According to Samsung, both have brighter displays, superior cameras, and solid battery life. However, both models match the 5,000mAh batteries of their predecessors, so it remains to be seen if the Galaxy A34 or Galaxy A54 offer longer autonomy. As expected, both feature 1080p 120Hz Super AMOLED displays. However, while the Galaxy A34 has a 6.6-inch screen, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy A54 with a 6.4-inch panel. Consequently, the Galaxy A54 is smaller than the Galaxy A34, at 158.2 x 76.7 x 8.2mm versus 161.3 x 78.1 x 8.2mm. The Galaxy A34 is around 3 grams lighter than the Galaxy A54, both weighing 199g and 202g respectively.

Samsung has not confirmed which chipset both smartphones use, although it is believed that they are based on MediaTek’s Dimensity 900. By contrast, Samsung equips the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 with different cameras. On the one hand, the Galaxy A34 has 48 MP main cameras, 8 MP ultra-wide angle, 5 MP macro, and 13 MP front cameras. On the other hand, the Galaxy A54 uses a 50 MP main camera, a 12 MP ultra-wide angle, a 5 MP macro, and a 32 MP front camera. Samsung has only optically stabilized the main cameras of both smartphones. Otherwise, both smartphones will receive four operating system updates and five years of security updates to Android 13 and One UI 5.1. Samsung will also offer them in Awesome Lime, Awesome Graphite, and Awesome Violet colors, while the Galaxy A34 will receive Awesome Silver and the Galaxy A54 Awesome White. Although Samsung Spain has not revealed the prices, it will sell the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 at the following prices: Galaxy A34

  • 6 GB RAM / 128 GB storage – 399 euros
  • 8 GB RAM / 256 GB storage – 469 euros

Galaxy A54

  • 8 GB RAM / 128 GB storage – 499 euros
  • 8 GB of RAM / 256 GB of storage – 539 euros
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