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Galaxy M54 5G renders show a massive design shift

Apart from the Galaxy branding, Samsung‘s 2023 smartphones may have one more thing in common. Regardless of the price point or series, every Galaxy smartphone will seemingly feature the same rear camera design. The company recently launched the entry-level Galaxy A14 5G with a camera layout that you’re also getting on the upcoming Galaxy S23 series flagships. Leaked renders have shown the same design for the Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G as well. Turns out the Galaxy M54 5G will copy that rear look as well.

The Galaxy M54 5G recently appeared in its first set of leaked renders, including a 360-degree video. The images show a triple camera setup on the back of the phone, one less than the Galaxy M53 5G. That isn’t surprising since we already know that Samsung is removing the depth sensor from its phones. But the new model is getting a massive design shift. Instead of a squircle camera island, the three sensors now protrude out of the back panel individually. There’s no separate housing for cameras this time around. The LED flash unit sits next to the vertically aligned cameras.

Samsung is seemingly trying to create a brand identity with a consistent design philosophy across its smartphone portfolio this year. However, that doesn’t mean the Galaxy M54 5G will be indistinguishable from the Galaxy S23 when looking from the back. The mid-range device appears to have a curved rear panel and frame. The new flagships get flatter back and frame. But the camera layout is still enough to tell that it’s a Galaxy smartphone. That’s likely what Samsung wants to achieve: make its phones easily identifiable among the crowd.

Galaxy M54 5G rumored specs

Leaks about the Galaxy M54 5G have been pretty scarce so far. Not much is known about the device’s specs. A benchmark listing a couple of months back revealed that the handset will feature Samsung’s in-house Exynos 1380 processor paired with 8GB of RAM. The company may also sell the device in a 6GB RAM variant. It should ship with Android 13-based One UI 5.0 out of the box. The leaked renders show a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as well. The handset appeared in dark blue and silver colors, with the latter getting a gradient finish.

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The Galaxy M54 5G has already received regulatory approval from India’s BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards). The device showed up on the BIS website with the model number SM-A546E/DS, confirming dual-SIM support in the country. We expect to hear more about the phone in the coming weeks as Samsung prepares for its launch. The new mid-range phone may go official sometime in March or April this year, if not earlier.

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