Price Hike Alert: Samsung Galaxy A34 and A54 May Cost More Than Expected!

One of the most important Galaxy series of is the A lineup. It is the series from which Samsung gets its highest sales number. And in the last few years, the Galaxy A lineup has made major strides. From overpriced to debuting underwhelming models to offering great mid-range handsets, the A series gave it all!

That said, the Galaxy A34 and the Galaxy A54 5G are about to launch in the upcoming months. And if you have been patiently waiting for any of the two devices, we have some bad news for you. From what the recent leak suggests, the prices of these two devices are expected to see an increase.

Galaxy A34 and A54 Price Hike

The information comes from well-known tipsters Sudhanshu Ambhore and Appuals. According to the info shared by them, the EU prices of the Galaxy A34 and A54 are not looking that great.

Let’s start with the Galaxy A34, which is basically an entry-level device. The leaksters suggest that the 6GB/128GB model will retail anywhere from €410 to €430. That is about $440 to $461. On the other hand, might price the 8GB/256GB model at anywhere from €470 to €490. That converts $504 to $526.

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Don’t want the A34? Well, the higher-end Galaxy A54 will be a little pricier. The leak shows that the 8GB/128GB model will have a price tag between €530 to €550. That converts to $569 to $590. Want more storage? The 8GB/256GB variant could make you shell out €590 to €610. That is, from $633 to $654.

Galaxy A34 5G

In comparison, the A33 started at €370 in Europe. And the Galaxy A53 5G started at €450. So, Europeans might need to spend more cash to get a new Galaxy A series smartphone this year. However, there’s no information on whether the price hike will be true for the other regions. But more leaks may confirm that.

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