On February 1, Samsung will launch its flagship Galaxy S23 series, along with several mid-range smartphones, including the Galaxy A54, Galaxy A34, and Galaxy A24. Today, we get a closer look at the design and color options of Galaxy M54 thanks to a report.

It has been a while since we heard about the Galaxy M54. Recently, the smartphone appeared on Geekbench and a few other platforms. It is expected to replace the Galaxy M53, which debuted in 2022.


Based on the leaked renders shared by MySmartPrice, the Galaxy M54 will look different from its predecessor. On the rear, there are three circular camera rings and an LED flash. This year, all Samsung phones seem to look the same. According to the report, the handset will be made of polycarbonate.

With narrow bezels all around, the device’s front panel features a hole-punch cutout at the top center. It features a fingerprint sensor integrated into its power button. The left edge of the phone has a SIM tray.

The Galaxy M54 will be available in three colors, namely blue, green, and pink. Samsung has not officially announced when it will launch in India, but it is expected to launch soon.


The Galaxy M54 will arrive with 6.7 inches AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rates. It is now powered by the latest Exynos 1380 SoC the same which is also powering Galaxy A54.

It features quad-cameras with a 108MP main sensor coupled with 8MP ultra-wide and dual 2MP depth plus macro sensor. The device will come with the same 32MP selfie shooter as the predecessor. It packs a 6000 mAh battery with 25W fast charge support. The device runs on Android 13 OS with OneUI 5.0 on top.