Samsung Galaxy F54 review: Good Performance and Battery Life

Samsung is rapidly releasing new 5G phones at various price points in order to provide consumers with a wide range of options at a reasonable price. The company just released two Galaxy A series phones, and now it has announced a new Samsung Galaxy F54 device, which is priced similarly to the recently launched Galaxy A34. Both devices are aimed at different audiences, with the new Galaxy F54 aimed at the younger generation looking for a high-performance smartphone under Rs 30,000. Is the new Samsung 5G phone worth your time? Yes, and for a variety of reasons. Let’s look a little deeper into this to learn more about how it works.

Specifications Table

ChipsetSamsung Exynos 1380
No of cores8 (octa core)
Weight199 grams
ColoursMeteor Blue, Stardust Silver
Resolution1080 x 2400 pixels
Display TypeSuper AMOLED Plus
Colour Reproduction16M Colours
TouchScreenYes, Capacitive, Multi-Touch
Rear camera setupQuad
Rear Camera108MP(Primary), 8MP(Secondary), 2MP(Tertiary)
Front camera32 MP Resolution
FlashLED Rear flash
Video Resolution3840×2160 @ 30 fps
Camera FeaturesAuto FlashAuto FocusFace detectionTouch to focus
Battery Type and capacityLi-ion, 6000 mAh
Fast ChargingYes, 25W
Internal memory type256 GB
Operating SystemAndroid v13
Custom UISamsung One UI
SIM ConfigurationDual SIM
BluetoothBluetooth v5.3
GPSYes with A-GPS, Glonass
Fingerprint sensorYes, Side
Face UnlockYes
Other SensorLight SensorProximity SensorAccelerometerCompassGyroscope


The Samsung Galaxy F54 design is inspired by the company’s flagship 2023 series. The 5G phone’s back panel is similar to the Galaxy S23, with a circular triple rear camera setup. There is no camera module, and the sensors are directly mounted on the back panel, giving the device a clean appearance. Of course, the rest of the design is unique.

The Samsung Galaxy F54 is well-made, with curved frames and edges. For a variety of reasons, the silver colour variant is stunning. When light strikes the back panel, it reproduces various colours. Furthermore, the glossy finish combined with the silver colour gives the 5G phone a distinct and premium appearance.


This phone has a good plastic build and a design that does not feel like a mid-range offering. It gives the impression that this could be a high-end phone. The Galaxy F54 5G has one of the best displays on the market, and it is no exception. A 6.7-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate is included. The addition of a high refresh rate improves the experience of scrolling through social media apps and navigating the UI. The display produces rich colours with a high level of contrast, so much so that you may find yourself staring at the screen to admire its quality. While it’s great to see Samsung providing a large screen for better binge-watching and gaming, the button is placed a little higher. 


The Galaxy F54’s solid performance hasn’t been one of the strongest suites of mid-range Samsung phones, but it does a good job. It is a fairly dependable phone with good day-to-day performance. The device did not lag when navigating the user interface. When using the phone, one or two apps did crash. However, this could be a problem with the app. This phone allows you to multitask without difficulty. When editing 4K video files on the device, the device does slow down slightly, but this happens only rarely. My experience was mostly smooth and enjoyable, from using heavy social media apps to casual gaming to using camera apps for shooting.

I’d also like to point out that the Galaxy F54 has excellent thermal management. Even when pushed to its limits, the 5G phone does not overheat, which is commendable.


The Samsung Galaxy F54 is a phone for the future because the company promises 4 years of Android OS upgrades as well as 5 years of security patches. It ships with Android 13, but it will be upgraded to Android 17 in the future, making it a future-proof 5G device. It is worth noting that no other company in the Rs 30,000 segment offers 4 + 5 years of software support, and the Galaxy F54 remains the only phone with long-term support. 

One of the best things about Samsung’s One UI is that it doesn’t drain the battery even when a number of features are turned on in the background. Also, when you slide down on the screen, the top section of the UI drops to the bottom side, allowing you to access everything even if the device has a large screen. 

One of the best things about Samsung’s One UI is that it doesn’t drain the battery even when a number of features are turned on in the background. Also, when you slide down on the screen, the top section of the UI drops to the bottom side, allowing you to access everything even if the device has a large screen. 


The Samsung Galaxy F54 has a triple-rear camera on the back and a 108-megapixel primary camera that can take good photos in good lighting. With the non-108MP photo mode, it can also deliver an appealing shot. It can capture some dramatic Instagram shots with plenty of details and a good level of sharpness and colour contrast. In that regard, Samsung tends to offer photos in a warmer tone with vibrant colours to make them more visually appealing. As a result, you don’t get natural colours in the shot, but you do get attractive shots for social media. In daylight, the front-facing 32-megapixel camera can take some decent selfies. Overall, the camera performs well for the price .


One of its strongest suits is battery life, thanks to the 6,000mAh unit under the hood. According to my testing, the 5G phone lasted nearly two days with light usage and one full day with heavy usage. Texting, calling, binge-watching, 30 minutes of gaming, and a few small photography sessions included my usage. Surprisingly, the battery optimization is quite good, and thus the device does not run out of battery very quickly, despite having a very heavy UI alongside a number of things running in the background. People who do not like to charge their devices every day or every 10-12 hours will likely be pleased with this device. 

Samsung has provided 25W fast charging technology. However, the company does not include a charger in the retail box, which has become a trend among OEMs.


The Samsung Galaxy F54 is a future-proof 5G phone that should be considered if you intend to use it for at least 3-4 years. Overall, it’s a good phone with dependable performance and a long battery life. Not to mention that consumers receive a stunning design at an affordable price, as well as an appealing-looking screen. It will receive four Android OS updates, ensuring its viability in the future. The software is also well-optimized and user-friendly. 

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