Samsung Galaxy F14 5G Launch Round Up: Expected Price In India, How To Watch Launch Event, Specifications and More

Samsung's new F-series phone comes with the promise of OS updates and support 5G networks.

  • Samsung Galaxy F14 5G is launching in India on March 24
  • Samsung is unlikely to bundle the charging adapter in the box
  • Samsung is expected to launch the phone for under Rs 15,000.


March is shaping up to be a big month for smartphone brands in India, including Samsung, which is ready to update the F-series lineup with a new smartphone. Samsung Galaxy F14 5G launch has been confirmed to launch this week in India, and the company has started hyping up the device with cheeky teasers of the phone’s expected features.

Samsung has a broad focus on 5G devices which includes the mid-range segment, and the Galaxy F14 5G smartphone is likely to be part of the renewed approach towards the buyers in this range. And before we get the official launch, here are some of the expected features and specifications of the Samsung Galaxy F14 5G. 

Samsung Galaxy F14 Launch Date, Event Time, Where To Watch Online 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G is launching on Friday, March 24, in India, and the launch event will be streamed online at 12:00 PM on this date. Samsung has a micro-site on Flipkart for the phone, and we expect the company to stream the launch event on the official website and its YouTube page. 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G Expected Price in India 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G is likely to get a starting price of under Rs 15,000 in the Indian market, as per the details shared by tipster Yogesh Brar earlier this week. We expect the higher RAM and storage variant to cost upwards of Rs 16,000 after launch. 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G Expected Sale Date in India 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G already has a microsite on Flipkart where you can get notified about the phone’s sale date and other details after the launch on Friday. It is likely that Samsung could start selling the phone on the same date or have it available in a few days after launch. 

Samsung Galaxy F14 5G Expected Specifications and Features 

90Hz FHD+ Display 

Samsung wants to give its F-series phones a premium display experience, and to prove its claims, reports suggest the Galaxy F14 5G will feature a 90Hz IPS panel with support for FHD+ screen resolution. The display is also tipped to get protection thanks to Corning Gorilla Glass 5, as per the product teaser on Flipkart. 

5nm Chipset For Performance 

Samsung claims it is going to offer a segment-first 5nm chipset on the Galaxy F14 5G smartphone. It uses the Exynos 1330 5G chipset to power the phone, and you can expect the company to bundle it with multiple RAM options that will be virtually expandable like most phones these days. 

5G Bands For Indian Networks 

Samsung also confirmed that the Galaxy F14 5G phone would have support for a broad range of 13 5G bands so that you can get the fastest data speeds on the available 5G networks in the cities where the service has launched. Having the 5G tag is no longer a marketing scheme, and with the networks available, it is time that companies widen their band’s support for 5G in India. 

Promise Of OS Updates 

Samsung has made a big change to its software and security support cycle and the company is ready to extend the goodies to the upcoming Galaxy F14 5G smartphone as well. Samsung mentions the phone will get 2 OS updates (running on the Android 13 version out of the box) and four years of security updates. 

Other Specifications and Features 

Samsung F14 5G gets a 6.6-inch FHD+ display, as confirmed by the company. The phone will be available with 4GB and 6GB RAM options and 128GB of storage. You will get it with the One UI 5.0 version based on Android 13 OS out of the box. Samsung has also mentioned it will offer a 6000mAh battery that supports 25W charging speed. 

However, reports suggest the company will not bundle a charger in the box. On the imaging front, Samsung could offer a 50MP primary camera with a 2MP depth sensor. It will also get a 13MP selfie shooter on the front, as the report says.