Samsung Galaxy A54 battery capacity and charging speed revealed by FCC
Samsung's Galaxy A54 is just around the corner and the phone was just certified by the FCC. The listing, published by the US regulator, revealed that an SM-A546E will have a battery with a minimal capacity of 4,905 mAh and support 25W fast charging.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 is likely to have at least 5,000 mAh capacity, although previous rumors suggested a slight increase to 5,100 mAh. The FCC filing revealed it could be charged with a Samsung EP-TA800 adapter, which is a 25W Power Delivery USB-C charger, but we doubt it will ship in the retail box.
Geekbench also leaked some phone specs, including a yet-to-be-announced Exynos 1380 chipset, at least 6GB RAM and Android 13 out of the box.
The last two Galaxy A5x series phones came in March, and if Samsung sticks to that timeline , we have just two months until the A54 goes official.
- 05 Feb 2023
Exynos? Samsung goes down on quality and respect only used crap chipsets, again model wich many people skip for reason.
- 31 Jan 2023
Sorry but you're wrong. They'll buy an A13 instead. Many average Samsung buyers want "a cheap phone that does what they want it to do". And that's reflected in our sales statistics. If they want a high-specced phone, the...
- 31 Jan 2023
stop crying like a baby...Get a diff phone then