According to rumoured leaks of pricing information, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 smartphones may have a higher starting price in Europe than their predecessors had. Recent reports have suggested that Indonesia may have just implemented significant price reductions for mid-range electronic goods.
According to recent reports, the Galaxy A34 will retail in Indonesia for Rp 4,999,000 ($323). The device would reportedly have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It is believed that the same device with 256GB of storage will cost Rp 5,499,000, which is equivalent to $355. It is predicted that the Galaxy A54 5G will cost Rp 5,999,000 ($388) for the version with 8GB/128GB of storage, and Rp 6,499,000 ($420) for the one with 256GB of storage.
When compared, the Galaxy A54 5G could start at approximately €499 in Europe for the base model and €549 for the version with 256GB of storage, whilst the Galaxy A34 5G is projected to begin at €399 in that region. In addition to that, reports indicate that costs in India are approximately 15% more than average.
These rumours suggest that Samsung will make the Galaxy A34 and the Galaxy A54 available in a variety of markets, each of which will have its own price point. On March 16, it is believed that the South Korean technology giant would make public its two new smartphone models.
Photos of the Galaxy A54 that have been leaked online suggest that the gadget will have a “pro-grade camera” that is capable of producing high-quality images even in dim lighting conditions. Moreover, official wallpapers for both phones have been discovered to be available for download online after they were discovered to have been leaked.
Among of the colours that are rumoured to be available for the Galaxy A34 are black, lavender, lime green, and a gradient silver shade that is analogous to Samsung’s earlier Aura Glow for the Galaxy Note 10 but has a matte finish instead of a glossy one. Despite the fact that the only colours available for the Galaxy A54 will be white, black, lavender, lime green, and green.
It is predicted that the Exynos 1380 SoC will power the more expensive Galaxy A54, while the more affordable MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC will likely be used to power the Galaxy A34.
It would appear that Samsung’s pricing policy for the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 shifts slightly depending on where you are located as a whole. Although prices might be lower than usual in some regions, they might be higher than typical in other places. Time is the only factor that can reveal how well Samsung’s newly released smartphones will compete in the fiercely competitive mid-range market.