Samsung Galaxy A53 has completed a good six months in the market by now. And we already listen to a lot of rumours for some time back that reveals that the work on it is in full swing mode. Additionally, we have also come to know about the news that this Galaxy A54 might be going through certain main camera changes. It makes their pixels count downgrade with respect to its predecessor. Now, the same news got confirmed today which supports the fact that particular details have been published online.
GalaxyClub, who have a successful track record of righty revealing the details in regards to the upcoming Galaxy devices. The same goes to reveal that the Galaxy A54 got a 50MP main camera. It simply indicates that it’s undergone a downgrade in terms of megapixels count. Notably, both Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A53 featured with 64MP primary rear camera.
Galaxy A54 camera setup probably bring notable alterations
However, other specification information is not disclosed yet for the Galaxy A54’s main camera. Whereas, it is also expected that it won’t be the same flagship 50MP camera. The one that debuted on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ at the beginning of this year. On the other hand, certain other mid-range smartphones also debuted with the mid-range 50MP camera sensor.
In fact, we will be glad to be proven wrong here. Samsung’s Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A53 are enriched with many flagship-level features. Including water resistance, a high refresh rate screen and stereo speakers. Therefore, it won’t surprise any of us, if Galaxy A54 could undergo the upgradation where it supposes to have a flagship-grade camera.
While talking about the switch to a lower resolution main camera. It is also been rumoured that Galaxy A54 along with some other mid-range Galaxy smartphones probably miss out on a depth camera. Although details are inadequate at this time. In contrast, there are around six months to go before the Galaxy A54 is predicted to release. Hence various details are still uncertain except it is guaranteed to come with Android 13 and One UI 5 out of the box.
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