Google Play reveals key specs of Samsung Galaxy A54
Samsung is yet to launch the Galaxy A54 5G, while an early Google Play Console listing reveals its key specs. Earlier renders leak indicated that the upcoming mid-range phone would look a lot similar to the Galaxy S23 flagship, and the Google listing gives it a confirmation.
According to the info (via MySmartPrice), Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is listed on Google Play Console with key specs and a press image. On the platform, the device is spotted in Awesome Graphite color, while, there will be more awesome shades.
On the front, the Galaxy A54 5G appears to feature a punch-hole cutout display with thick bezels. With thicker bezels and chin, the company seems to be differentiating its mid-range and flagship smartphones. Yet, the software support of the A54 5G is likely to be the same as the S23 lineup.
The document reveals that the Galaxy A54 5G bears model number SM-A546E, which could also be SM-A546B in certain regions. It uses an AMOLED panel with a Full HD+ resolution measuring 1080 x 2340 pixels with 450 DPI pixel density.
Moreover, the Galaxy A54 runs Android 13-based One UI 5.1 out of the box and is powered by a Samsung s5e8835 processor, which is the codename of Exynos 1380. The chip features four ARM Cortex A78 cores with 2.4GHz clock speed and four A55 cores clocked at 2GHz as well as five Mali G68 GPU with 950Mhz clock speed
- Read More: Samsung unveils 5nm Exynos 1380 processor
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is expected to come with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution. For smoother scrolling, the device will have a 120Hz refresh rate, and for selfies, there will be a 32MP image sensor, similar to its predecessor.
The company has reportedly ditched the fourth and unnecessary depth-sensing camera from its mid-rangers. Resulting in, the A54 5G bringing a 50MP primary sensor with OIS, a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 5MP macro camera.
Other specifications could include a 5000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. For dust and water resistance, it will have an IP67 rating, whereas the Galaxy S23 series has an IP68 rating. The company has not yet disclosed the launch timeline, but it’s rumored for March 30.
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 crease hasn’t vanished, skipping waterdrop hinge?
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 crease is almost the same as its predecessor, raising the question of whether it uses the rumored waterdrop hinge technology or not. Trusted source @UniverseIce recently revealed this news, hinting at the least upgrade in Samsung’s foldable history.
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According to the tipster, the display crease of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 looks the same as the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It was reported that the next foldable phone will be equipped with a new droplet hinge design to vanish the crease visibility.
Meanwhile, the “100% confirmed” leak points out it’s not changing this year. However, there is a probability of changes in the real product as the company is reportedly testing the durability of the device after applying the new hinge alongside the existing U-shaped hinge.
Various Chinese phone makers adopted the waterdrop hinge technology. Oppo’s Find N2 is a smartphone with the least visible crease in the industry as per the feedback of reviewers. However, durability always remains in priority as the foldable form factor is yet to mature.
Bad news: Galaxy Z Fold5 crease is almost the same as Fold4, so we wonder whether it really uses a water drop hinge.
— Angry Cat (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2023
Samsung Galaxy S23 June 2023 Software Update: Everything we know so far
Samsung will rollout a major software update to the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra in June 2023. Similar to hardware leaks, we get to know pretty much about the content of Samsung’s June 2023 software for the Galaxy S23 flagships.
According to rumors, Samsung June 2023 software update will not only bring the latest security patch to the Galaxy S23 lineup. There will be a lot of improvements and optimizations related to camera functionality and upgrades to the native application.
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Samsung insider IceUniverse revealed that the company has developed a 2x Portrait Mode for the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This mode pictures at 50-megapixel using the main 200-megapixel HP2 image sensor of the smartphone. It will benefit users who love taking portrait shots with depth effects.
HDR vignetting is another severe problem, which often appears on select Galaxy S23 series units, which could be fixed with the next OTA. Meanwhile, the tipster has not directly claimed fixes for bananagate and photo blur-related issues on the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra.
In a recent development, the same source revealed yet another change, which is included in the June firmware. The company will be bringing updates to the video calling function as part of quality improvements for using third-party apps like WhatsApp and Telegram.
Check more below:
Samsung Galaxy S23 June 2023 Software Update
- 2x cropping at 50-megapixel for Portrait mode
- HDR bounce/vignetting
- Camera performance increment
- Clear video calling through third-party apps
- Bananagate/blur issue – Uncertain
- June 2023 security patch
- AI mode guides – Uncertain
Samsung could start rolling out the next big camera-centric firmware to the Galaxy S23 series between May 29 and June 5th. The availability is expected to expand further gradually, with the India release speculated between May 31st and June 7th.
Display PWM Dimming Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Vs Apple and Honor flagships
Smartphones are rapidly becoming smart and smart, thanks to technological innovations. In a recent development, a display PWM dimming comparison surfaced on the internet revealing that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is way too behind in this aspect against Honor.
Twitter user TECHINFO45 shared a video displaying the screen flickering on three flagship phones. In the video, Honor was the star of the show, leaving Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Apple iPhone 14 Pro in the dust, when it comes to display PWM dimming.
Higher display PWM dimming frequency of Honor 90 Pro made it a clear winner over the world’s two most powerful smartphones. FYI, PWM is a technique for controlling the brightness of a display panel by varying the width of the light pulse. You control how long the screen remains on or off.
PWM dimming frequencies:
- Honor 90 Pro 3840Hz
- Galaxy S23 Ultra – 240Hz
- Apple iPhone 14 Pro – 480Hz
Lowering the brightness causes the screen to be off for longer than it is on, which is perceived as lower brightness. The higher frequencies the lower rate of stress on human eyes that’s what studies say but it doesn’t mean Samsung panels are not eye-friendly.
It’s worth mentioning that some smartphone users may find them sensitive to the display flicker effects, while some aren’t. Here’s the smartphone equipped with a display having a higher PWM dimming frequency that would do a lot better, thanks to the low rate of flickering on the panel.
Can't imagine a phone to be this good!
The Honor 90 pro is set to have no flickering issue at all!
It features a whopping 3840Hz PWM dimming screen that doesn't allow stress your eyes
Here's the comparison with two more phones side-by-side
S23 Ultra 240Hz
iPhone 480Hz pic.twitter.com/LXDZ4KmpwF
— TECHNOLOGY INFO (@TECHINFO45) May 26, 2023
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