The Samsung Galaxy A54 is almost ready to be released, as the FCC has just now given its approval for the device.
An SM-A546E will have a battery that has a minimum capacity of 4,905 mAh and will allow 25W fast charging, according to the listing that was published by the US authority.
There is a good chance that the Samsung Galaxy A54 will have a capacity of at least 5,000 mAh, despite the fact that earlier rumors claimed a modest rise to 5,100 mAh.
According to the FCC filing, it is possible to charge it with a Samsung EP-TA800 converter, which is a 25W Power Delivery USB-C charger; however, we highly doubt that it will be included in the retail packaging.
Geekbench has also been responsible for the disclosure of certain phone specifications, such as an unannounced Exynos 1380 chipset, at least 6GB of RAM, and Android 13 right out of the box.
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The previous two Galaxy A5x series phones were released in March, and if Samsung stays true to that schedule, we only have two months left before the A54 becomes officially available for purchase.