Previously, it was reported that Samsung is planning to launch a new model in its Galaxy F Series named “Galaxy F54 5G.” As yet, no news from the official side got revealed. However, it seems that the actual launch isn’t as far as the upcoming model was listed on a famous certification site, which denotes that the testing phase of the device is almost completed.
This morning, the Galaxy F54 5G got listed on the Google Play Console listing, revealing the minimal specifications and renders of the phone. As seen in the renders, the Galaxy F54 features a single-centered punch-hole display that supports Full-HD+ resolution (2400*1080p) and 450 DPI screen density.
The certification also mentioned that the Galaxy F54 5G would be powered by the Exynos 1380 chipset (codename: Samsung s5e8835). The chipset is based on a 5nm manufacturing process and features 4x Cortex-A78 P-Cores (clocked @2.4GHz) and 4x Cortex-A55 E-Cores (clocked @2.0GHz).
The Galaxy F54 5G is also equipped with 8 Gigs of RAM and runs on the latest Android 13 OS. On the backside, the phone features a triple camera setup. The camera layout is similar to Samsung’s latest Galaxy S23 flagship series.
The certification also mentioned that the device’s model number is “Samsung m54x,” which denotes that it would be the rebranded version of Galaxy M54 5G, which is already launched. Based on that, we can conclude that the specifications of Galaxy M54 and F54 would be the same.
We can expect the Galaxy F54 5G display to be a 6.7 inches AMOLED Display that also supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The triple camera setup on the backside would have the following specifications: 108MP+8MP+2MP, while the punch-hole would consist of a 32MP selfie lens.
The battery would be around 6000mAh in addition to 25W Samsung’s EP-TA800 fast charger support. The Galaxy F54 5G is also expected to feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a USB Type-C port, lacking the 3.5mm headphone jack.
It is expected that Samsung will launch its Galaxy F54 5G at the end of April.