Samsung Galaxy A14 Vs Galaxy A34 Vs Galaxy A54: Upcoming Samsung Galaxy A Series Phones Comparison

(Last Updated On: November 27, 2022)

Key Highlights

  • Samsung Galaxy A14 and Galaxy A34 expected launch next year
  • Galaxy A54 is also likely to debut in 2023
  • All three phones feature a triple rear camera
  • Galaxy A14 and Galaxy A34 will sport an Infinity U display
  • Galaxy A54 will feature an Infinity O panel

Samsung Galaxy A series has some of the most capable handsets with a reasonable price tag. The South Korean tech behemoth has launched multiple models in this lineup and has started working on next year’s models. We have been the first to leak the Galaxy A34 and the Galaxy A14’s 5K render and 360-degree video. Another model that is rumored to hit the shelves is the Galaxy A54. Based on the leaked details, we have done a quick comparison between these three models. Here is all you can expect from Samsung’s upcoming mid-range smartphones.

Model Samsung Galaxy A14 Samsung Galaxy A34 Samsung Galaxy A54
Display 6.4-inch Infinity U 6.5-inch Infinity U 6.4-inch Infinity O
Dimensions 167.7 x 78.7 x 9.3mm 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2 mm 158.3 x 76.7 x 8.2mm
Camera (rear) Triple lens Triple lens Triple lens
Fast Charging Yes Yes Yes

Samsung Galaxy A14 Vs Galaxy A34 Vs Galaxy A54: Design

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Samsung hasn’t experimented much with smartphone design and offers a subtle design language with most of its phones. The Galaxy A14 and the Galaxy A34’s leaked 5K renders shows a whole lot of similarities between the design. Both these upcoming mid-range Galaxy A series phones have been leaked with an Infinity-U display. A tiny waterdrop notch has been spotted upfront via the leaked renders.  Also, both these phones are seen with a thinner profile and slightly round edges.

On the contrary, the Galaxy A54’s leaked renders suggest a punch-hole camera cutout unlike the waterdrop notch on both Galaxy A14 and the Galaxy A34. The dimensions of all three phones are also leaked alongside the renders. The Galaxy A14 is said to measure 167.7 x 78.7 x 9.3mm in dimensions, whereas the Galaxy A134 is said to come with 161.3 x 77.7 x 8.2 mm dimensions.

Out of all three upcoming Galaxy A series phones, the Galaxy A54 will feature the slimmest profiles with its 158.3 x 76.7 x 8.2mm dimensions. All three phones will accommodate the volume and power key on the right, the USB Type C port, and the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom.

Also Read: [Giznext Exclusive]: Samsung Galaxy A34 First Look Revealed; Take A Look At 5K Renders, 360-degree Video, Key Specs Here

Samsung Galaxy A14 Vs Galaxy A34 Vs Galaxy A54: Display

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The leaks have also leaked the display details of the Galaxy A14. The Samsung Galaxy A14 is rumored to pack a 6.4-inch Infinity U display, while the Galaxy A34 is tipped to sport a 6.5-inch Infinity U display. We are not aware of the exact display specifications that these three Galaxy A series phones will offer. But we can expect all three phones to feature an FHD+ display and a 90Hz/ 120Hz refresh rate.

Also Read: [Giznext Exclusive]: Samsung Galaxy A14 Leaked 5K Renders, Video Reveals Design In Full Glory: Here’s The First Look

Samsung Galaxy A14 Vs Galaxy 34 Vs Galaxy A54: Camera, Chipset, Battery


All three upcoming Galaxy A models will be offering a triple-lens camera setup stacked vertically in the upper left corner of the back panel. Unfortunately, the exact camera specifications of the Galaxy A14, Galaxy A34, and Galaxy A54 are unspecified.

We might see a 48 or 50MP main camera but the exact hardware would be difficult to verify. The same goes for the chipset and battery configuration. Since all three phones are in the development phase, the primary specifications are not known at this point. We will do a full comparison once the details are out.

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