Samsung’s Galaxy A series phones are extremely well and some models are among the best-selling handsets globally. For 2023, the Galaxy A54 is the star of the show and you can already order the mid-range phone.
The Korean tech giant is also launching the cheaper Galaxy A34 but it’s the A54 that is likely to be the most popular.
Here’s everything you need to know about buying the Galaxy A54 5G including prices, retailers and the best deals. For more information on the phone, check out our guide to everything you need to know about the Galaxy A54.
When will the Samsung Galaxy A54 go on sale?
Samsung announced the Galaxy A54 and A34 on 15 March and although no specific release date was given, the phones both went on sale on 17 March.
How much does the Samsung Galaxy A54 cost?
There are two models of the A54 to choose from, depending on how much storage you want. Both come with 8GB of RAM.
- 128GB – £449
- 256GB – £499
If those prices are too much (the Galaxy A53 was £50 less at launch) then perhaps the Galaxy A34 will suit your budget as it starts from £349.
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Where can I buy the Samsung Galaxy A54 series in the UK?
For most people, the official Samsung store is the best place to buy the Galaxy A54.
Not only do you get free next-day delivery (if you order before 7pm) but there are also other benefits such as trade-in – up to £260 for the A54 – as well as optional financing and Samsung Care+. You can also choose to get it on a monthly contract with Vodafone or O2 via the store.
Additionally, until 25 April, you can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds 2 wireless earbuds worth £139 although this deal isn’t exclusive to the Samsung store.
Buy the galaxy A54 from Samsung
Here’s a list of retailers and networks stocking the Galaxy A54
- Carphone Warehouse (free Galaxy Buds 2)
- John Lewis (free Galaxy Buds 2)
- Very (free Galaxy Buds 2)
- Currys (free Galaxy Buds 2)
- Clove Technology
Where can I buy the Samsung Galaxy A54 series in the US?
At the time of writing, neither phone has received an official release in the US. This could change in the future and it’s also likely you’ll be able to buy an international version on Amazon soon.
Author: Chris Martin, Reviews Editor
Tech Advisor’s Reviews Editor, Chris has been reviewing all kinds of tech for over 10 years and specialises in audio. He also covers a range of topics including home entertainment, phones, laptops, tablets and more.