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Samsung F54 prices leaked, might be most expensive Galaxy F series phone

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There have been leaks floating around the market with the information of Samsung F54 and the delay in the launch is heightening anticipation for the F series smartphone. However, the responses for the most recent leak have not been necessarily that enticing.  

According to reports, sources have revealed the possible launch price of the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy F54 smartphone. For instance, the model featuring 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is rumoured to be priced at ₹35,999. Remember that this model is not the entry-level or least expensive. The price of that one, which will contain 128GB of storage, is currently unknown.

When the expected India launch of Samsung Galaxy F54 didn’t occur in April 2023, there was a chance that it would instead happen by the latter half of May 2023. More information regarding the phone is beginning to leak as that time draws nearer.

Also read: Motorola Edge 40 to Narzo N53: Top 5 upcoming phones of May 2023

However, the price leak hasn’t necessarily created a positive buzz among the expectant customers. There have been many users on Twitter, especially, who claim the specs don’t really seem to match up to the price of the product. Scroll down to know the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy F54 known till now.  

The Exynos 1380 SoC is rumoured to power the Galaxy F54, which is also said to have a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED touchscreen with 120 Hz refresh rate. The smartphone will be available in the variant of 8GB of RAM depending on the storage version, a triple rear camera setup 108 MP main with OIS, 8 MP ultrawide, and a 2 MP alongside a 32 MP selfie camera. The Samsung F54 will feature a 6,000 mAh battery with support for 25W wired charging and will be operating on Android 13 along with One UI. 

Also read: Forget Pixel 7a! You can get the Pixel 6a for ₹999 effective price on Flipkart

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