Earlier today, a new set of prices for the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 surfaced on Twitter, which differed from the European prices reported earlier this week. Luckily, these newly leaked prices for the supposed Galaxy A54 and A34 models in Europe are more affordable. In addition, the leak also mentions the prices of the 256GB versions.
There are whispers going around the tech community that Samsung may be planning to announce these new smartphones, the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34, at their upcoming launch event on March 15th. However, at this point, there has been no official confirmation from Samsung regarding the rumored devices. Until then, the rumor mill is working overtime, generating speculation about the full specs, design (via leaked renders), and pricing of the Galaxy A34 and A54.
The ever-prolific leaker and tipster Roland Quandt over Twitter, who has a solid track record in this area, has revealed the European prices for the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34. According to the source, the Galaxy A54 with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will cost €499, which is €20 lower than the initial expectation.
Meanwhile, the 256GB model is set to be priced at €549. As for the Galaxy A34, the variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is expected to retail for €399, which is €20 less than the original estimate. Customers looking to purchase the Galaxy A34 with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage can expect to pay €479, according to @rquandt’s leak.
Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 rumored prices
- Galaxy A54 5G (8GB/128GB): €499
- Galaxy A54 5G (8GB/256GB): €549
- Galaxy A34 5G (6GB/128GB): €399
- Galaxy A34 5G (8GB/256GB): €479
In addition to the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34, Samsung is also set to launch the Galaxy A14, which recent price leaks suggest may be priced at €199 for the 4GB+64GB model, instead of the previously expected €219.
It’s important to bear in mind that the prices for the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 may differ depending on the country in Europe, and it’s possible that some markets may see higher prices due to varying tax rates. Therefore, the leaked prices reported by @rquandt should be taken as a general guide rather than a definitive cost for these upcoming Samsung smartphones. It’s worth noting that despite seeming slightly more expensive than their 2022 counterparts, the Galaxy A34 and A54 are still less expensive than what earlier leaks had suggested.
Whether these models are worth the price increase from last year is yet to be determined. Furthermore, customers outside of Europe may have even more favorable pricing options for these devices.