Samsung Galaxy M14 5G Moniker Confirmed By Bluetooth SIG Certification Website Ahead of Launch

The Samsung Galaxy M14 5G could be powered by Exynos 1330 processor.


Samsung might be gearing up to launch the successor of the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G. To those unaware, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M14 5G was spotted on Geekbench last month. A couple of days ago, the upcoming M-series smartphone also made an appearance on the Bureau of Indian Standards certification. Now we have spotted the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G on the Bluetooth Special Interest group certification.

The upcoming M-series smartphone made an appearance on the Bluetooth SIG certification with the model number SM-M146B_DSN. The listing reveals that the device will support Bluetooth 5.2. Let us take a closer look at the details.

Samsung Galaxy M14 5G

The Bluetooth SIG listing for the device reveals the support for Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. Apart from this, the listing does not reveal anything in terms of specifications. However, based on the Geekbench benchmark database listing, the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G will be powered by an octa-core Exynos processor, which could be the Exynos 1330.

The Samsung Galaxy M14 5G will feature 4GB RAM and will come pre-loaded with Android 13. However, similar to other Samsung smartphones, we can expect it to be topped with OneUI skin. As of now, only this much is known about the upcoming M-series smartphone.

Talking about the predecessor of the upcoming M-series smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G offers a MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor and up to 6GB of RAM. The smartphone comes equipped with a 5000mAh battery unit and 15W fast charging support. The Samsung Galaxy M13 5G features a 90Hz refresh rate display that measures 6.5 inches in size and has an HD+ resolution.

Talking about the cameras, the Galaxy M13 5G offers a 50MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, it relies on a 5MP front shooter. It also offers a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and has a Type-C charging port.

What are your expectations from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M14 5G? Do let us know in the comments section below.