Since its renderings appeared online last month, we are aware that Samsung is developing the Galaxy A14 5G. However, the Korean conglomerate is also constructing the Galaxy M14 5G, which has debuted alongside the Galaxy A14 5G on Geekbench.
The Exynos 1330 SoC powers the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G, which goes by the model number SM-A146B. It has 4GB of RAM built in with Android 13 installed. There could be other RAM possibilities, however this hasn’t been verified.
With a model number of SM-M146B, the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G has the same hardware specifications as the Exynos 1330: 4GB of RAM, Android 13. In all the single-core and multi-core tests on Geekbench, it performed worse than the Galaxy M14.
Geekbench doesn’t provide any other specifications, but reports suggest that the Galaxy A14 5G will have a 6.8″ FullHD+ LCD, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, and a triple camera arrangement on the rear, with a 50MP camera as its focal point. A 5,000 mAh battery will power the entire device, which features a 13MP sensor for the front camera.
The Galaxy A14 5G is anticipated to launch this year and will cost €230. In the upcoming weeks, further information regarding the A14 5G and M14 5G should become available.
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