The Galaxy M14 5G has been one of the more elusive cheap smartphones Samsung wants to introduce this year. The phone didn’t receive as many leaks as other new devices, but it is now coming out of hiding. Online press renders that appear to be official have confirmed the phone’s colour options and design.
These renderings show the Galaxy M14 5G to have an Infinity-V display notch, thick bezels with an even thicker “chin,” three rear cameras without a contour cut-out, and a unibody design, in which the back panel completely encloses the internal frame of the phone.
The Galaxy M14 5G will be available from Samsung in at least three colours, however, availability may vary by market. Silver, light blue, and dark blue are the three hues available for this low-cost phone. (The Tech Outlook)
Samsung Galaxy M14 5G renders show
This month, Samsung India’s Head of Product & Marketing indicated that the company will continue to prioritize bringing more 5G phones to India this year, although not giving up on the 4G market just yet.
This strategy to democratize 5G appears to include the Galaxy M14 5G. The Galaxy A series has been a huge success, according to the business, which last week released the A14 5G in India. The Galaxy A14 5G (below INR 16,499 — $202) may be even more affordable than the M edition of the same device when it launches on the market.
Other markets besides India may potentially get the phone, but Samsung hasn’t provided any information on pricing or availability. The business is currently busy getting ready to introduce the Galaxy S23 flagship series on February 1. We’ll keep you informed if the Galaxy M14 5G appears in Samsung retailers at any time without prior warning.
As early as November 2022, the first online benchmark for the purported Galaxy M14 5G appeared. The Exynos 1330 chipset and Android 13 out of the box, perhaps with a condensed “Core” version of One UI on top, were features that the benchmark then alluded to.
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