Already seen in other certifications around the world, the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G has now been found in the FCC database, Anatel’s equivalent body in the US. The documentation reinforces what the rumors indicated about the battery and recharge power, which should be similar to those offered on the Galaxy A53, while indicating that we will have an upgrade in connectivity with the arrival of Wi-Fi 6 support.
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As the documents point out, Samsung’s next intermediary, identified by the model number SM-A546E/DS (where DS symbolizes support for two SIM chips), will be equipped with a 4,905 mAh power cell — in practice, the device should be presented with a capacity of 5,000 mAh, the same as the previous generation. Even without upgrades, that’s still a pretty generous amount, which should also benefit from the more efficient processor.
As the FCC documentation indicates, the Galaxy A54 5G will have a connectivity upgrade by supporting Wi-Fi 6 networks
You can also see quotes for the compatible charger, model EP-TA800, which provides 25 W of charging power. Once again, this is a speed similar to that offered on the Galaxy A53, reasonable for the mid-range category, but behind a good portion of Chinese competitors, which already border or even exceed 100 W. Another complex point to be mentioned is that the accessory should not be included in the box abroad — the Brazilian model must bring the adapter, considering the latest releases of the brand around here.
Anyway, the certification reveals that we will have at least important upgrades in the connectivity department, with the Galaxy A54 5G being compatible with Wi-Fi 6. sixth generation of the widespread wireless network, the novelty is already reasonably fast and sufficient for the segment, since there are few rivals at the moment with support for this technology. Furthermore, its addition makes the Samsung phone more future-proof.
Galaxy A54 5G should debut new Exynos 1380
Without a confirmed launch by the South Korean giant, the expectation is that the device will be presented sometime in March, the same period in which the last generation was presented. According to rumors and leaks, the Galaxy A54 5G should debut equipped with the unprecedented Exynos 1380 chipset, not yet announced, along with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of storage, possibly adopting expansion via memory cards.
The AMOLED screen must have 6.4 inches, Full HD + resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate, and be accompanied by stereo sound. The cameras would offer 32 MP selfies, with a sensor housed in a centralized hole, and a trio of rear lenses with a 50 MP main sensor equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS), 12 MP ultrawide and an auxiliary sensor (probably for photos macro) of 5 MP.
The most minimalist design inspired by the Galaxy S23 family would close the package, IP67 certification for resistance against water and dust, optical fingerprint reader under the display, Android 13 with One UI 5 from the factory, as well as the aforementioned 5,000 mAh battery with recharge of 25 W.