This year’s assortment of Samsung’s mid-range products has not been very noteworthy. Even though the most recent version of the Galaxy A54 includes some significant improvements, like as a new primary camera, it is not able to compete with other devices that are available for the same price range. Now, the Galaxy F54 is scheduled to be released, and according to what we have heard, it could be the most expensive F-series smartphone to date; reports say that its price tag in Pakistan would be greater than Rs 64,999.
It is speculated that the Samsung Galaxy F54 5G would feature a 120Hz AMOLED display measuring 6.7 inches in size and offering a Full HD+ quality. It is speculated to be driven by an octa-core Exynos 1380 CPU, which is the same system-on-chip (SoC) utilized in the Galaxy A54 5G. The gadget might have a triple camera configuration on the back, consisting of a primary shooter with optical image stabilization (OIS) that has 108 megapixels, an 8 megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2 megapixel auxiliary sensor. It is anticipated that the smartphone will allow charging at a 25W rate with its 6000 mAh battery unit.
Galaxy F54 Prices
It’s possible that the Galaxy F54 will be the most expensive F-series phone to date. The Galaxy F series features smartphones that are available at reasonable prices and come with adequate internals. Previous speculations suggested that the handset might be priced anywhere around 59,999 Rs with the most likely variant having 8GB RAM and 128GB storage space. On the other hand, Yogesh Brar recently stated on Twitter that the 8GB + 256GB storage variant of the Samsung Galaxy F54 would have a box price in Pakistan of approximately 64,999 Rs.
The Galaxy F54 may be the most expensive model in the lineup if Samsung does not launch some bank and exchange offers to make the pricing look better. However, based on what we can see for now, the Galaxy F54 may be the most expensive model in the lineup. However, unless there is an official confirmation, you should take the leak with a grain of salt until there is further information.