Samsung Galaxy A14 4G Has FCC and TUV Certifications


As reported first by 91mobiles, the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G has received the FCC certification under the model number SM-A145R/DSN. This was released on the same platform a week after the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G.

According to the updated FCC listing, the phone would have dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 4G LTE connection. The Samsung Galaxy A14 4G has furthermore received certifications from TUV Rheinland and UL Demko in addition to the FCC.


According to the FCC certification, the charging adapter for the Samsung Galaxy A14 4G will have the model number EP-T1510 and be made by HAEM Co.LTD. Although we aren’t given a look at the phone’s real design, there is an outline. According to this, the phone will be 167.7 X 78.8 X 11.8 mm in size.

The Samsung Galaxy A14 4G 

The Samsung Galaxy A14 4G will have a 4,900mAh battery (5000mAh capacity), according to the TUV Rheinland certification, which should be helped by a 15W charging speed. The TUV accreditation doesn’t reveal much more than this.

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The battery’s UL Demko entry lists its model number as HQ-50SD. That is really all that has been disclosed via these venues, but as time goes on, additional information should become available.

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Samsung is developing a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy A14 in addition to the 4G model. This model recently emerged on the business’s India support page, which suggested that the launch could be getting closer.

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The model number for the 5G variant is SM-A146B/DS. The MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC, together with 4GB of RAM and at least 64GB of storage, is anticipated to power the 5G version. The Samsung Galaxy A14 will probably launch with Android 13 OS and OneUI Core.

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