Samsung publishes high reparability score for upcoming Galaxy A54
The Samsung Galaxy A54 has been leaking for months, but for some reason the company still hasn’t made it official. Hopefully it will happen soon. For now, we have one more bit of info on the device, and it comes straight from Samsung. Specifically, its official website in France.
The company has uploaded a calculation of the Galaxy A54’s repairability score, carried out according to the specific French standards. This has resulted in the document you can see below.
The A54 ends up scoring 8.4 out of 10, which is interestingly higher than what the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra score. Both of these only managed 8.2 out of 10, just like the A54’s predecessor, the Galaxy A53 from last year.
So things seem to be getting marginally better year-on-year, and it also seems that Samsung’s mid-rangers are a bit more repairable than their flagships, at least when it comes to the French criteria.
The report lists a lot of positives, but the main negatives have to do with the tools needed for a repair, as well as the way the various parts are laid out inside the phone. Opening it is also not said to be a very easy affair. Otherwise, everything seems to be good, for the most part.
The Galaxy A54 has so far been rumored to come with a 6.6-inch (or so) FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Exynos 1380 SoC, 6GB to 8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of storage, a triple rear camera system (with a wide, an ultrawide and a macro – no depth sensor this time), a single hole-punch selfie camera and a 5,100 mAh battery, albeit with only 25W charging.