Pros- Excellent Battery life- Looks more expensive than it is- Solid build quality- Impressive main camera- Impressive Super AMOLED, 120Hz display- Samsung’s software update policy
Cons- 25W charging, with no charging brick in the box- Teardrop notch is unflattering on the display- Could have been priced a little more aggressively- More than usual bloatware and banner ads
Price: Rs 30,999 for the 8GB + 128GB variantRating: 4/5
The mid-range segment in the Indian smartphone market is already very heated. So, in order to stand out, and ensure that people actually consider your offerings, you really need to step your game up. That is exactly what Samsung has done with their latest Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A54 5G smartphones.
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On the right side of the smartphone, we have our volume rockers and the power button. The left side has no buttons. On the top, we get a mic and the hybrid SIM tray, using which, you can either add a second SIM card or use a microSDXC card.
At the bottom, we see a speaker grille that houses one of the speakers, as well as the USB Type-C port and another mic.
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