The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G could launch soon, Wi-Fi Alliance stated

Could the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G be finally the “win” for its budget to mid-range offering? It can be a contender for the cheapest Samsung phone ever…

Samsung is anticipated to release a number of low-cost smartphones very soon. According to reports, the business is already developing the Galaxy A04e and Galaxy M04.

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G was also discovered today on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website, suggesting that the device’s release may be imminent. According to earlier rumors, the A14 5G would launch as the company’s least expensive 5G smartphone and will have a sizable LCD display.

The Wi-Fi Alliance certification website has identified the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G with model number SM-A146P, but there isn’t a lot of information regarding the smartphone in the listing. The next device will support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, though. 

The certification also states that Android 13 will be installed right out of the box on the A14 5G. One UI 5.0 will probably be applied as a skin to the OS.

A report provided several renders of the smartphone earlier this month, revealing both its design and a few important details. The Galaxy A14 has a waterdrop notch and substantial bottom bezels, as seen in the picture.

The power button and volume rocker are located on the right side of the device, leaving the left side free. The gadget has a speaker grille, a 3.5mm headphone connector, and a USB-C port on the bottom. On the rear of the smartphone are three cameras. They have a three-ringed raised design.

There are still not many details available about the new Samsung smartphone. According to rumors, the product will make its debut as the company’s most cheap 5G smartphone. Over the next few days, we hope for more information ought to become available.


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