Samsung Galaxy A54 5G, unveiled some features of the new smartphone

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Samsung began to unveil some features of the new Samsung Galaxy A54 5G which should be launched towards the mid-March. However, although the company has launched a site asking users to register to be among the first to know about the offers, in reality the page is not yet active.

The features of the new Samsung Galaxy A54 5G

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Il display smartphone fluid allows you to see images and videos in deep detail. It will be easier to take professional shots, even in low light conditions through the option Nightography. The drums it is much more powerful and the performance of 5G has been enhanced without ever undergoing any type of delay.

Samsung focuses on satellite connectivity

Samsung intends to focus on satellite connectivity for its smartphones, a function not present with the new Galaxy S23 but destined to become a reference in the near future for the Korean house. The company has, in fact, unveiled a new satellite modem with NTN 5G standard (non-terrestrial) capable of activating a two-way connection between smartphone and satellite.

The new Samsung Galaxy S23s do not have satellite connectivity but this does not mean that Samsung does not intend to develop this technology in the future. In fact, the company presented a new Exynos modem can offer a 5G NTN connectivity (non-terrestrial) allowing bidirectional connection between smartphone and satellite.

The ambitious goals of the company are directly confirmed by Min Goo Kim, Executive Vice President of CP (Communication Processor) Development at Samsung Electronics, said, “This milestone builds on our rich legacy in wireless communications technologies, following the introduction of the industry’s first commercial 4G LTE modem in 2009 and the industry’s first modem 5G modem in 2018. Samsung aims to take the lead in advancing terrestrial-NTN hybrid communications ecosystems around the world in preparation for the arrival of 6G. “