The Samsung Galaxy M54 has been around since April, except it never launched in India – until now. Well, the phone is actually called Galaxy F54, but the hardware is essentially the same, save for slightly different hues for the two color options.
The F54 is currently up for pre-order on Samsung.com and Flipkart, it will also be available through select retailers. There is only one configuration (8/256GB) and its price is ₹30,000, which can fall to ₹28,000 if you pay with certain bank cards. No Cost EMI is also available.
Here’s a quick recap of the Samsung Galaxy F54/M54 specs. The phone has a roomy 6.7” 120Hz AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution (20:9) and a large 6,000mAh battery.
It is powered by the Exynos 1380 chipset, its camera department features a 108MP main module (f/1.8 lens with OIS) and an 8MP ultra wide, plus a 32MP selfie camera. This is a dual-SIM 5G phone with a hybrid card slot – you can have either two SIMs or a SIM + microSD. The USB-C port is wired only for USB 2.0, so no DeX.
Samsung will deliver 4 OS updates to the Galaxy F54 and will be putting out security patches for 5 years.
The Galaxy A54 has been available in India for a while now, the 8/256GB model costs ₹41,000 (there is an 8/128GB option too at ₹39,000). The two phones are fairly similar, except the A54 is smaller (6.4” display, 5,000mAh battery) and has an IP67 rating, plus a 50+12MP camera setup. There is also the Galaxy A34 at ₹33,000 for an 8/256GB phone (and ₹31,000 for 8/128GB).