Samsung Galaxy A14 5G and Galaxy M14 5G appear on Geekbench with Exynos 1330 SoC
We know Samsung is working on the Galaxy A14 5G since its renders surfaced last month. But the Korean conglomerate is also working on the Galaxy M14 5G, which has appeared on Geekbench with the Galaxy A14 5G.
The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G has model designation SM-A146B and is powered by the Exynos 1330 SoC. It runs Android 13 and has 4GB of RAM onboard. However, there could be more RAM options that are yet to be confirmed.
The Samsung Galaxy M14 5G, sporting model code SM-M146B, has the same specs - Exynos 1330, 4GB RAM, and Android 13. However, it scored lower than the Galaxy M14 in Geekbench's single and multi-core tests.
Geekbench doesn't include any other specs, but rumors claim the Galaxy A14 5G will come with a 6.8" FullHD+ LCD, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, and a triple camera setup on the rear headlined by a 50MP unit. The selfie camera will use a 13MP sensor, and fueling the entire package will be a 5,000 mAh battery.
The Galaxy A14 5G is said to go official this year with a price tag of €230. You can expect more details about the A14 5G and M14 5G to surface in the coming weeks.
- 09 Jun 2023
Samsung clean software experience can only be felt in s series flagship. The top end of A series like A34, A54 doesn't had bloatwares whereas samsung's budget A series , all M series , all F series had bloatwares as most are installed wi...
- 14 Dec 2022
Tbh, I prefer the J series and the short lived C and E series better, and the original A series (not the ODM phones since 2018) made by Foxconn until the Galaxy A8 2018. They were practical and had a good UI, despite the advertised gimmicks
- 19 Nov 2022
There might be aversion with MediaTek chip, calm down.