Samsung Galaxy F54 5G India launch imminent, bags BIS certification


HIGHLIGHTS

  • Samsung Galaxy F54 bears the model number SM-E546B/DS.
  • The handset is expected to launch in India soon and might come with 5G network support.
  • Samsung Galaxy F54 could be made available via Flipkart in India.

A new Samsung phone with the model number SM-E546B/DS has bagged the BIS certification, and 91mobiles has exclusively spotted the listing. While the marketing name of the phone is not listed, speculations are rife that it could be the Samsung Galaxy F54 5G. This will be a new entrant to the brand’s F-series of models and might replace the existing Galaxy F42. Not much else is known about the phone but we can speculate the phone might arrive as a mid-range offering and have 5G network support.

Like the other F-series models, the new Samsung Galaxy F54 will also be sold via Flipkart online besides Samsung’s own e-commerce platform. Since the phone appeared on the web, we should start learning more details soon.


Separately, the Samsung Galaxy F14 design and colour options details are exclusively revealed by 91mobiles. The handset is expected to launch in India as early as next week and will come with 5G network support. The phone is expected to be priced at around Rs 15,000 mark. The design renders showed the phone would come in Green and Purple colour options and may have a polycarbonate build.

The renders showed the phone will have dual camera sensors on the back and an LED flash. The edges are slightly curved which should offer a better grip on hands. While the complete specification details are under wraps, we can speculate the phone might come with Android 13 OS, a large 6000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support. The phone could have an IPS HD+ display with a standard 60Hz refresh rate. We should know more details about the phone soon.

Samsung Galaxy F54 Price, Launch Date

Expected Price: Rs. 24,990
Release Date: 03-Apr-2023 (Expected)
Variant: 8 GB RAM / 128 GB internal storage
Phone Status: Rumoured

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