The Galaxy S23 isn’t the only upcoming Samsung phone whose exterior design has been revealed ahead of time via leaked renders. Other Galaxy A mid-range phones have gone through the same motions, and now the Galaxy M54 5G is in on the action. The first ostensibly official renders of the Galaxy M54 5G have emerged, and the phone follows Samsung’s design philosophy for 2023, with a few interesting exceptions.
The Galaxy M54 5G, like all other 2023 Galaxy smartphones, has individual circular cutouts for each rear-facing camera and a vertical camera layout. But that’s where the parallels end. Unlike the majority of the phones Samsung intends to release this year, the Galaxy M54 5G lacks a flat back panel and an almost-flat frame.
Instead, the Galaxy M54 5G appears to have a 2.5D back panel with slightly curved edges. The metallic frame in these renders is also different from what we’ve seen so far. It has a rounder profile rather than an almost flat profile, and it is painted in chrome rather than the same colour as the back panel — at least for one of the two colour options revealed.
Two colour options for the Galaxy M54 5G are revealed in the renders and 360-degree video below (via MySmartPrice). One is navy blue (or Dark Blue), with a more uniform paint job across the back panel and the metallic frame.
There is no official release date for the Galaxy M54 5G yet, but now that renders have surfaced, the phone could be released soon. The device was discovered in the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) database, with the model number SM-M546B. It could be powered by an Exynos 1380 chipset, and Samsung should ship the M54 5G with Android 13 and One UI 5.0.
The other colour option (Silver) has a gradient and recalls the Galaxy S10 Cloud White and/or Galaxy Note 10 Aura Glow colour options. The gradient appears to change depending on how the light strikes the phone’s back. And the Galaxy M54 5G could be the only — or one of the very few — Samsung phone(s) with a gradient paint finish in 2023.