Samsung Galaxy A53 ir A54 apžvalga

Samsung Galaxy A53 and A54 review

Samsung recently introduced the latest model of the popular Galaxy A50 series, the Samsung Galaxy A54 , which replaces last year's Samsung Galaxy A53 model. Samsung introduces the new model with some noteworthy improvements and a new design, so it is believed that the Samsung Galaxy A54 could become the best mid-range model. In this article, we will look at the similarities and differences between these two models.

Design and display

The design of the new Samsung Galaxy A54 is really an improved version of the old model. Instead of a plastic back, the new model has a glass back with a special Gorilla Glass 5 protection that protects the back from scratches. Like last year's Galaxy A53, the frame remained plastic. The Galaxy A54 is also slightly more compact, making it easy to use with one hand. However, in terms of durability, it is the same as the older model. Both phones have an IP67 dust and water resistance rating.

The updated design of the camera module, which is similar to the flagship Galaxy S23, gives the Galaxy A54 a premium look. In addition, its frame is covered with a matte finish, which makes fingerprints and smudges less likely than the glossy frame of the Galaxy A53.

As for the display, the Galaxy A54 has a slightly smaller but sharper display than the Galaxy A53. Its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel has the same FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate as the Galaxy A53's 6.5-inch Super AMOLED panel, but a peak brightness of 1,000 nits improves visibility in direct sunlight and has better HDR performance. The older model has a peak brightness of 800 nits, which is good enough for outdoor visibility, but not as good for viewing HDR content.


The Samsung Galaxy A54's new Exynos 1380 processor is perfect for everyday use, and thanks to One UI 5.1 performance optimization, it's almost on par with the premium Samsung Galaxy S23 . However, this model still remains with a mid-range chip, so you may notice stuttering while browsing the UI or performing intensive tasks. While games are playable, you shouldn't expect more complex games to run as well as Samsung's flagships. Meanwhile, Samsung's older model, the Galaxy A53, has an Exynos 1280 processor, which is good for everyday use, but not as powerful as this year's model. Samsung claims that the newer model has 20% better CPU performance and 26% more GPU performance than the Galaxy A53.

Both the phones have a 5000mAh battery with support for 25W wired fast charging and wireless charging.


Although the Galaxy A54 has one less camera than the Galaxy A53, the latest model's camera performance is much better. The Galaxy A54's new 50MP f/1.8 primary camera has a larger sensor with 1.0µm pixels that can capture sharper photos than the Galaxy A53's 64MP f/1.8 camera with a 0.8µm pixel sensor. Both phones have the same 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera that captures in brightly lit environments. Both devices also have a 5MP f/2.4 macro camera that can capture close-ups. Both models also have 32 MP front cameras that capture high-resolution selfies. The Galaxy A54 doesn't have the extra 5MP depth sensor found on the older model, but you won't miss it, as the new model captures excellent portrait mode shots even without the sensor, which look even better than the older model.

As for videos, the Galaxy A54 supports 4K video recording at 30fps with the main camera and 1080p video recording at up to 60fps. It can also capture 4K video at 30fps from the front camera. The Galaxy A53 offers the same video recording capabilities.


So, the new Galaxy A54 is a clear winner in many aspects compared to the Galaxy A53. This model has a new design, higher quality, brighter screen, better performance and better cameras than the Galaxy A53. However, if you have a Galaxy A53, the improvements of the new model are not so significant that it is worth changing your phone to the newer Galaxy A54.

Back to blog