It seems that Samsung is looking forward to releasing the successor model of its Galaxy F13 as its newer model has just cleared a certification test. It is worth mentioning that the previous model was powered by Exynos 850, a 4G entry-level chipset, and this Samsung has made a good move by using a 5G chipset.
This morning, the upcoming Galaxy F14 5G has been listed on Google Play console certification, revealing the device’s basic specifications.
As mentioned in the certification, the Galaxy F14 5G uses a V-Shaped Notch display (which seems to be an LCD Display) that supports a Full-HD+ (1080*2408p) resolution and 450 DPI.
Regarding the chipset, the Galaxy F14 5G is powered by a chipset carrying model number: Samsung S5e8535. The chipset is the latest Exynos 1330 from Samsung, which also supports 5G network connectivity.
Regarding specifications, the Exynos 1330 is based on 5nm EUV process and features the following cores: 2x Cortex-A78 P-Cores (@2.4GHz) and 6x Cortex-A55 E-Cores (@2.0GHz). The GPU is Mali-G58 MP2.
Further, in the smartphone renders, it can be seen that the Galaxy F14 5G adopts a vertical triple camera design, just like the Galaxy S23 series. However, the body and frame (rounded) differ from Galaxy S23.
The certification mentioned that the model number is “Galaxy M14x,” which denotes that this model might also be launched as a rebranded Galaxy M14 5G in some regions. Samsung has done this kind of thing in the past, several times.
Previously, the same smartphone with two model numbers, “SM-E146B” and “SM-M146B,” got listed on several certification sites. It was also revealed that it would feature a larger 5830mAh battery in addition to the 25W Samsung EP-TA800 charger.
Currently, there is no information regarding the launch of Samsung’s all-new entry device.