The Samsung Galaxy F54 is the most recent smartphone to be added to the array of 5G mobile devices that Samsung provides to customers in India. The Galaxy F54 5G is priced in the middle of the range for smartphones, but it includes technology and software that is on par with those of flagship devices. These features include a primary camera with 108 megapixels and optical image stabilization, a battery with 6000 mAh and compatibility for 25W rapid wired charging, and more.
On the Galaxy F54 5G, which utilizes the Android 13 operating system, the user interface known as OneUI 5.1 is brought into play. Samsung will provide four generations’ worth of operating system updates for the smartphone, in addition to five years’ worth of patches for the device’s security. This is in line with the company’s commitment to offering regular software upgrades as well as security patches for high-end mobile devices.
Samsung Galaxy F54 5G Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy F54 5G is the company’s most recent addition to its roster of smartphones for the mid-range price point. The mobile phone appears to be a somewhat improved and more reasonably priced variant of the Galaxy A54.
|Display||6.7-inch Full HD+ sAmoled+ Display|
|Processor||Octa Core Processor|
|Storage||256GB ( Expandable Upto 1 TB)|
|Rear cameras||108MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro|
|Operating system||Android 12.0|
Design and Display
The Samsung Galaxy F54 5G has a polycarbonate back with a chrome ring design for the cameras, a metal chassis, and rounded sides. As was already said, the phone comes in two different colors. We were able to try out the Galaxy F54 5G in the Stardust Silver color. This color looks like it came from the 1970s. The main color is silver, but when light hits its perfect, shiny surface from different angles, it gives off a bit of a rainbow color. In fact, you don’t see the phone very often in its “silver” color. Instead, its color keeps changing as the light hits it from different angles.
The Samsung Galaxy F54 5G has a 6.7-inch sAmoled+ screen that can be used with the Vision Booster mode feature. Samsung says that this feature makes changes to the display’s brightness and color based on the amount of light in the room. In reality, the phone has a beautiful, well-lit screen that doesn’t get dim even when the sun is very bright in the summer.
Samsung Galaxy F54 5G review: Camera
The primary camera on the Galaxy F54 5G has 108 megapixels with optical image stabilization, and it’s joined by an 8 megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2 megapixel macro lens on the device’s back. The phone’s front-facing camera is 32 megapixels. The primary camera sensor here does all the heavy lifting to impress, much like in other midrange smartphones.
It captures sharp images with a wide spectrum of color and contrast. Most importantly, it provides a constant performance regardless of ambient brightness. Although effective, the ultra-wide-angle sensor cannot compare to the capabilities of the main camera sensor. The macro lens is gimmicky and underpowered. The front-facing camera is adequate for typical, everyday uses.
Performance and software
The Samsung Galaxy F54 performs adequately to meet the needs of regular use. The Exynos 1380 System-on-Chip (SoC) is the brains of the phone, and it’s a 5G-ready processor that can reach speeds of up to 2.4GHz. The device achieved a score of 4,90,268 on the fictitious AnTuTu benchmark and 2,801 on the fictitious Geekbench multi-core test. These findings suggest that the Galaxy F54 will have no issue handling tasks like using numerous apps at once, surfing the web, and playing videos. However, gaming on the phone could be problematic.
You should probably go elsewhere if gaming is your thing. Aside from that, the Galaxy F54 should be able to provide for your requirements. The phone boasts 256GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM. The second SIM slot can be sacrificed in exchange for more storage space. OneUI 5.1, built on Android 13, manages the software on the Samsung Galaxy F54.
Samsung Galaxy F54 5G review: Battery Life
The battery on the F54 5G is a big 6000mAh. I used my phone every day, mostly on Wi-Fi and sometimes on 5G, for 1.5 days at 120Hz refresh rate and got more than 6 hours of screen time. With adaptive power saving and other options, you can make the battery last longer, but the device might not work as well.
The phone doesn’t come with a charger, but it can be charged at 25W. With the original 25W fast charger, it takes about 1 hour and 50 minutes to go from 0% to 100% and about 50 minutes to go from 0% to 50%. It’s still less than what the other places are charging.
Despite being a competent all-around smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy F54 5G is currently in a precarious position. The Galaxy A34 5G, another Samsung offering at a comparable price point, features stereo speakers, an IP67 rating, and an in-display fingerprint sensor in addition to the same system and battery performance as the Galaxy F54 5G.
Samsung Galaxy F54 5G review: The good and The bad
With its remarkable imaging capabilities, the Samsung Galaxy F54 5G delivers a fascinating experience for users in the mid-range smartphone segment.
- Fast processor
- Larger battery
- 4 major OS updates
- Loads of bloatware
- The back panel is a smudge magnet
Questions and Answers
The Samsung Galaxy F54 5G is one of the better budget phones in Samsung’s lineup. It has top-level specs but costs less than a flagship phone. With an Exynos 1380 processor, 8GB RAM, and 256 GB, this is a great smartphone with a bright screen, a long-lasting battery, and a good camera.
The Galaxy F54 5G has a large 6,000mAh battery and a high-resolution 108MP main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). It also has a bright 120Hz AMOLED screen and promises four big OS updates, but it doesn’t have an IP rating to protect it from water and dust.