While most of the spotlight is undoubtedly on the upcoming Galaxy S23 series smartphones which will be launching on February 1st next week, let’s not forget that the Korean smartphone giant will also be unveiling several noteworthy mid-range models in the forthcoming weeks. Among them of course include the Galaxy M54 5G smartphone which apparently had it’s design revealed in a series of CAD-based renderings published earlier today.
The renders revealed that the Galaxy M54 5G will be sporting a flat panel upfront which will be accompanied by slim bezels along it’s flank. Likewise, the phone will also adopt a centered punch-hole cutout to accommodate it’s front-facing camera that helps to handle selfies and video calls on the device.
Coming over to the rear side, the Galaxy M54 5G greets us with a triple-cam system which comprises of three circular rings stacked atop each other in a vertically-aligned fashion. Compared to last year’s Galaxy M53, it actually features one less camera which mean it’s likely to be lack of a macro or depth sensing unit.
Although there wasn’t any official information pertaining to it’s hardware specs at the moment, but a recent Geekbench listing had revealed that the phone might be powered by an octa-core Exynos 1380 mobile platform which will be paired with 8GB RAM. As for the rest of the specs, we’re likely to learn more about them in the coming weeks.