Worldwide sales of smartphones behave in a peculiar way. It’s no secret to anyone that the iPhone is the one that dominates globally, although I’ve always taken this fact with a grain of salt, because for me the rightful title should be the most subsidized phone in the world (I’ve been talking about it before). Raised an eyebrow at Sameer since then), as this is something that is quite customary in countries like the United States of America. But hey, when we talk about phones people put their money into, there’s one Samsung that always dominates, the A1X (X is for 2, 3, or 4), it’s the best seller on the planet. Android is. If we continue with the list, we can find the other most interesting Samsungs of today, the A34 and the A54.
What Makes Them So Popular?
For me, it all started with a decision that the South Korean brand made a long time ago and that many (including me) criticized as dangerous at the time. End of J series. J was a safe bet. Mid-range and entry-level telephones gained credibility because of their simplicity and lack of power. Then “A” appeared. These were far more interesting and risky calls. At the time we reviewed a “rare” A9 with a system of four, yes, four cameras, something that even the “S” didn’t have at the time. Or the A8+, the dual front camera phone that was kind of crazy when it came out.
But that’s how it started. Far from being just a mid-range proposition, the A became a platform that not only democratized the S’s features, but also dared to propose its own features. Thus, the A31 and 51 bring AMOLED screens to the mid-range.
The A52 changed Samsung’s design language and the A72 was an unannounced Galaxy S.
And that brings us to the A53, which was one of the most versatile and best-selling phones of last year.
New A Series.
But hey, let’s talk about new players, a 2023. In this case we are going to review three models, the A14, A34 and A54.
Let’s talk about its features:
Samsung Galaxy A14:
- 6.4-inch TFT LCD screen with HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate
- 5 nm octa-core processor
- Triple rear camera with 50MP main sensor, 5MP lens and 2MP depth sensor.
Samsung Galaxy A34:
- 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD resolution, 120Hz and 1,000 nits!
- Processor Octa-Core MediaTek Dimensity 1080.
- Quad rear camera setup with 48MP main sensor, 8MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP depth sensor, and 5MP macro lens.
Samsung Galaxy A54:
- 6.5-inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.
- 5 nm octa-core processor.
- Triple rear camera setup with 50MP main sensor, 12MP ultra-wide lens, and 5MP depth sensor.
Do they seem too “entry range” to you?
Well, I’ll tell you something, we’ll review each of these and you’ll be amazed at what they can do, not just in their segment but as smartphones in general (I’ll tell you at once, the A54 is FREAK). . The Samsung Galaxy A14, A34 and A54 are options for users who are looking for a smartphone with good specs at a reasonable price. With a wide range of intuitive features like high-quality cameras and sharp screens, these devices cater to the needs of users with a tight budget but who don’t want to sacrifice performance for the same.
Moreover, each of these models stands out in its particular segment. The Galaxy A14 is ideal for users looking for good value for money. The Galaxy A34 offers an interesting combination of price and performance, thanks to its Super AMOLED display and high-resolution quad cameras. And finally, the Galaxy A54 is a good option for users looking for a mid-range device with a high-quality screen and a 50MP main camera. We’ll be talking a lot about these Series A’s.