- Samsung Galaxy A54 5G spotted on the TENAA certification website
- Samsung Galaxy M54 5G received Bluetooth SIG certification
- The 4G variant of the Samsung Galaxy A14 visits Thailand’s NBTC certification website
Samsung recently unveiled its top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 series smartphones. Now the South Korean Conglomerate is gearing up to expand its mid-range and budget lineup. The Galaxy A54 5G has been spotted on the TENAA certification website, Galaxy M54 5G visited Bluetooth SIG certification, and Galaxy A14 4G surfaced on Thailand’s NBTC database. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Samsung devices.
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G on TENAA certification
The Galaxy A54 5G has been spotted with the SM-A5460 model number on the TENAA certification. It seems to feature a 5,000 mAh battery and a triple rear camera setup. The listing also indicates that the upcoming Samsung device will be a 5G-enabled smartphone.
The Galaxy A54 5G is expected to flaunt a 6.4-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Regarding optics, the smartphone is likely to house a 50MP triple rear camera setup. It is expected to pack up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Galaxy A54 5G is said to cost around Rs 47,000.
Samsung Galaxy M54 5G on Bluetooth SIG certification
The Galaxy M54 5G is spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification which will come with support for Bluetooth 5.3 wireless connectivity. The listing doesn’t reveal any other details about the device but confirms the moniker. However, the smartphone was recently spotted on the Geekbench database which revealed the octa-core chipset and Android 13-based One UI 5.0.
Samsung Galaxy A14 on NBTC certification
Samsung launched the Galaxy A14 5G earlier this year. Now the company is gearing up to unveil a 4G variant of the same device. The alleged Galaxy A14 was spotted on Thailand’s NVTC certification website with the SM-A145F model number. However, the listing didn’t reveal much information about the device.
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