Samsung’s Galaxy A series smartphones are a decent mix of performance and affordability. The usual release date is around March/April, so it’s likely the Galaxy A54 will arrive in March/April 2023. However, if you’re looking for one of the best budget phones around, then there’s a chance you’ve found it, with the Realme 10. But how do these two smartphones compare?

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Galaxy A54 vs Realme 10 Price and Availability

The Samsung Galaxy A54 is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2023. The A-series is Samsung’s poster child in the mid-range smartphone segment, accounting for a sizable share of the company’s smartphone sales. That said, the official launch date and price of the Galaxy A54 is not yet known.

The Realme 10 was announced on November 9, 2022, and is on sale now in Italy and Poland, with other parts of Europe expected to get it as well.

As for the price, it starts at 279 €, although we don’t expect an exact conversion in other regions. Either way, it will certainly be an affordable phone wherever it’s sold.

Galaxy A54 vs Realme 10 Design and Screen

According to the renders shared by @On Leaks, the upcoming Galaxy A54 will have a similar design to the Galaxy A53. It retains the center-aligned perforated display, which measures 6.4″ diagonally. It’s natural to anticipate a Super AMOLED display since the A53 already has one. The device will have the same refresh rate and resolution as its predecessor, which is 120Hz and packed with Full HD+

As for the screen, we could see a 120Hz FHD+ display on the Galaxy A54. A conceptual render from Technizo Concepts X LetsGoDigital suggests a screen with symmetrical edges around the display, resembling the flagship Galaxy S. In addition, the camera bump is also a bit more prominent.

The Realme 10 has a design that the company says is inspired by “particles that travel at the speed of light”. The phone measures 159.9 x 73.3 x 7.95mm and weighs 178g, and the company notes that it is the thinnest Realme phone ever offered on the global market.

As for the screen, the Realme 10 has a 6.4-inch 1080 x 2400 Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, brightness that can go up to 1000 nits, and Gorilla Glass 5 protection. These are the same specs as the Realme 9’s display, but in our review we were impressed with the phone’s screen.


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Around the back, the smartphone has three separate camera rings rather than four as on the A53. According to whispers, Samsung will not include a depth sensor on the Galaxy A54.

In addition to the design, Samsung will also be changing the primary camera setup on the Galaxy A54. The previous A52 and A53 both had a 64MP primary camera. However, Samsung is changing things up for the Galaxy A54, which will feature a 50MP primary camera, but with a better sensor. The primary camera will be accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP macro sensor.

According to the report, the Galaxy A54 will have a larger battery than its predecessor. While the A53 had a 4860mAh battery, the upcoming Galaxy A54 is expected to have a larger 4905mAh battery.

Since the Galaxy A53 was advertised as having a 5000mAh battery, Samsung could announce the A54 with a typical capacity of 5100mAh. However, the company could also stick to 5000mAh as the difference is only marginal.

The Realme 10 has a dual-lens camera on the back, and this is one aspect of the phone that seems less impressive, as while its main 50MP f/1.8 snapper has reasonable specs, it’s joined by a black and white (i.e. monochrome) camera of just 2MP f/2.4.

That said, Realme says its new phone offers an improved night mode that reduces noise, and the shutter speed is 121% faster than the previous model. There’s also a 16MP f/2.45 camera on the front.

For the battery, Realme has opted for a 5,000mAh power pack, which is a decent but fairly standard size. It supports 33W charging, which Realme says can take the phone from zero to 50% in 28 minutes. There’s no mention of wireless charging, but we wouldn’t expect that at this price either.

Galaxy A54 vs Realme 10 specs

The Galaxy A54 could be powered by the Exynos 1380 5G chipset, which will succeed the Exynos 1280 5G chipset in the Galaxy A53. The Exynos 1380 5G chipset (part number S5E8835) is reportedly already in development. However, this is just speculation, and Samsung could also be using a Snapdragon 7 series processor on the Galaxy A54.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Other details such as the chipset and memory configuration of the Samsung Galaxy A54 are still under wraps. As for the software, the phone will boot up to the latest Android 13-based OneUI 5.0.

There’s a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset inside the Realme 10, which is a fairly low-end but modern chipset, and it’s joined by 8GB of RAM. However, the phone also allows you to tap into the storage as virtual RAM, bringing it up to 16GB.

The company claims that the gaming performance with this phone is strong for the price, giving the example that you can play PUBG Mobile at 40fps in balanced mode.

There’s a choice of 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage, as well as a micro SD card slot, although these versions may not be available in all regions, and this is only a 4G phone, so one major thing missing here is 5G.

As far as features go, the Realme 10 has a 3.5mm headphone port, an “Ultra Boom” speaker, which promises Hi-Res sound at 200% volume, and it runs the company’s Realme UI 3.0, which is based on Android 12.

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