The Samsung Galaxy A54 is already here under the gardens, another obstacle to its marketing has been removed, as the FCC office has given the device the necessary certificates.
A Samsung Galaxy A54 a SM-A546E appeared in the American authority’s database with a model number, from which it was revealed that the phone will have a battery with a minimum capacity of 4905 mAh, and we can also learn that this particular battery will support 25-watt fast charging.
Based on these, the mid-range Samsung phone will probably have a battery of at least 5,000 mAh inside, although previous reports indicated a slightly larger 5,100 mAh battery.
Thanks to the FCC, it was also revealed that the Samsung EP-TA800 adapter can be used to charge the smartphone, which provides the already mentioned 25 watts of power, but it is very unlikely that the Power Delivery standard USB-C charger will be in the box.
Geekbench also revealed some additional features, the chipset responsible for driving the Galaxy A54 is known thanks to the benchmark application, which will be the Exynos 1380. The chipset hasn’t been unveiled yet, so don’t worry if its name doesn’t sound familiar.
Inside the prototype taken for testing, 6 GB of RAM did the job, but there will obviously be other configurations, and the operating system was Android 13, presumably supplemented with Samsung’s own user interface. The latest Samsung Galaxy A5x devices made their debut in March, which means that if the South Korean manufacturer sticks to this pace, we will soon get to know the Samsung Galaxy A54.
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