Samsung, a well-known smartphone manufacturer, is getting ready to introduce the Galaxy F14 in India. With the help of industry sources, 91mobiles exclusively offers you the first look at the phone, which displays the whole back design and the available colours.
Our sources have revealed that the Samsung Galaxy F14 would be introduced in the nation as soon as next week and will be offered for less than Rs 15,000 on Flipkart, the Samsung Internet shop, and major retail outlets. The device will be released as a successor to the Galaxy F13. Look at the Samsung Galaxy F14’s design.
- According to Samsung Galaxy F14 renders, the phone would have two cameras on the back.
- There will be Purple and Green colour choices for the phone.
- The Samsung Galaxy F14 should make its debut in India the following week.
Design for Samsung’s Galaxy F14
The premium graphic made available to 91mobiles only reveals that the phone would feature a well-known design. In two distinct circular rings, there are two dual camera sensors and an LED flash. The phone is visible in Purple and Green colour schemes. To improve hand grip, the phone’s side edges are gently curved. On the right edge are the power and volume rocker controls. The rear panel has the Samsung logo.
Unfortunately, we don’t get to see the front portion of the phone but we speculate there will be a waterdrop notch to house the selfie snapper and sizeable bezels. That’s pretty much it about the design part.
Samsung Galaxy F14 specs (expected)
The Galaxy F14’s display size is unknown, but we assume it will have a 6.6-inch screen with an FHD+ resolution and a typical 60Hz refresh rate. Sources tell the phone could be powered by a 5nm chipset, which could be the Exynos 1330. The SoC could be paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
The upcoming Galaxy F series phone will probably be equipped with a huge 6000mAh battery and run Android 13 OS right out of the box. This is advantageous, especially given that the F14 is a reasonably priced option. The rear of the phone will contain two camera sensors, but the specifics are still a mystery.