Samsung Galaxy A14 5G Moniker Confirmed by NBTC and Bluetooth SIG Certifications, Launch Expected Soon

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G might be powered by Exynos 1330 processor.

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Samsung appears to be prepping up to launch the successor of the Galaxy A13 – the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G. Recently, the design render of the upcoming A-series smartphone surfaced on the web. Now, we have spotted the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A14 5G on the NBTC and Bluetooth Special Interest Group certification websites. The smartphone with model numbers SM-A146M, SM-A146M_DS, and SM-A146B_DS made an appearance on the Bluetooth SIG database.

The Galaxy A14 5G made an appearance on the NBTC certification database with model number SM-A146P/DSN. This could be the MediaTek Dimensity 700-powered version of the device. To those unaware, the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G (SM-A146P) with MediaTek Dimensity 700 was recently spotted on the Geekbench 5 benchmark database. Let us take a closer look at the details.

As mentioned above, the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G made an appearance on the NBTC and Bluetooth SIG websites. The Bluetooth SIG listing reveals the support for Bluetooth 5.2. Apart from this, these listings do not reveal anything about the upcoming Galaxy A-series smartphone. However, plenty of details surrounding the Galaxy A14 5G have already been leaked in past, let us have a quick recap.

Samsung Galaxy A14 5G: Specifications and Features

The upcoming Galaxy A-series smartphone is tipped to sport a 6.8-inch Full HD+ display panel with a waterdrop notch. Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G might come equipped with an Exynos 1330 processor. There is also a version of the device powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor.

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G is said to feature a triple-rear camera setup including a 50MP primary shooter. The smartphone will come equipped with a 5000mAh battery unit and will make use of a Type-C port. The smartphone will also offer a side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the security front.

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