Samsung Galaxy A14 5G Spotted on Bluetooth SIG Website, Launch Expected Soon

Samsung Galaxy A14 5G will come pre-loaded with Android 13.

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Samsung is expected to add a new smartphone to its A-series lineup – the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G. The upcoming entry-level smartphone has already cleared the Bureau of Indian Standard certification. Now, we have spotted the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group database. The latest database listing for the Galaxy A14 reveals the model numbers for different markets.

As per the listing, the handset carries model numbers SM-A146U, SM-A146VL, SM-A146W, SM-A146U, SM-A146U1/DS, SM-A146P, SM-A146P/N, SM-A146P/DSN. These should be different models for different markets. The listing also reveals the moniker of the device which is Samsung Galaxy A14 5G. The appearance of the device on the Bluetooth SIG certification does hint toward an imminent launch. Let us take a quick look at the details.

Except for the model numbers, the latest certification database listing for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 5G doesn’t reveal anything in the terms of specifications. However, it reveals that the Galaxy A14 5G will support Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. Quite a lot of details about the upcoming Galaxy A14 5G have already surfaced on the web in the past.

The upcoming A-series smartphone from Samsung was recently spotted on the WiFi Alliance database which suggests that the device will offer support for 2.4GHz as well as 5GHz WiFi networks. The listing also revealed that the Galaxy A14 5G will come pre-loaded with Android 13. However, similar to other Samsung smartphones, it will feature OneUI skin on top.

Last month, the design renders of the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G were leaked. The leaked renders revealed that the Galaxy A14 5G will feature an Infinity-U display and a triple-rear camera setup. It will offer a Type-C charging port and a 3.5mm audio jack. The smartphone is expected to make a debut soon.

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