Do the Samsung Galaxy A54 and the Samsung Galaxy A34 have microSD card slots?

Do Samsung's new mid-rangers, the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34, have microSD cards?
Samsung's Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34 are pretty awesome mid-rangers, and probably one of those two is currently on your radar if you are in the market for a new Galaxy phone but don't want to shell out huge amounts of cash on a brand-new handset from Samsung's latest and greatest Galaxy S23 lineup.

However, although the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34 have decent performance, they come with up to 256GB of storage space. Now, for some, 256GB may be more than enough, but if you are one of those people who constantly take pictures of your cat or dog, chances are high you will run out of free space pretty quickly since today's photos can be huge. After all, high-quality pictures and videos take up a lot of memory.

Thankfully, for quite some time now, we have had these things called microSD cards, which let you expand your phone's storage space. The only problem is that your device must sport a dedicated slot for microSD cards. So the question is: do Samsung's latest mid-range phones have slots for microSD cards?

Do the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 have microSD card slots?

Yes, the Galaxy A54 and the Galaxy A34 are both equipped with microSD card slots that can accommodate microSD cards with a maximum storage capacity of 1TB. Of course, since phones don't usually come with microSD cards, you will have to buy an SD card separately.

So, as you can see, you don't need to worry that you will fill up your phone's storage. All you need to do is get a microSD card, put it into your Galaxy A54 /Galaxy A34 microSD card slot, and you won't have any worries, at least regarding your phone's storage space.

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