The next, reasonably priced Samsung Galaxy A14 is now less mysterious according to what appears to be an official press render.
The high-resolution render released by Evan Blass, also known by his handle @evleaks, and posted on the less popular site Gadget Gang demonstrates how Samsung is standardising device designs for all incoming smartphones, even the really affordable A-series. The specifications of the gadget were also revealed by Blass. The phone would have a 6.8-inch FHD+ display with a dewdrop notch and very large bezels on both sides.
Samsung Galaxy A14 Render Showing
No information was provided on the RAM distribution or the device storage settings, and it is planned to be powered by an as-yet-unannounced Exynos CPU. It will, however, have a 5,000mAh battery and most likely be charged via a USB-C connection.
The triple camera setup on the Galaxy A14 render is located at the back, and the rounded shape is very similar to the dot-style camera layout on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is flush with the top left corner of the rear panel. Overall, the design is just a more streamlined Galaxy A13 from the previous year with a little boxier appearance. A 50-megapixel primary sensor is expected to be at the system’s core, according to this report.
These Samsung Galaxy A14 renderings show that a matte black edition will be available, but it may arrive in more colours as well. Although no information was provided on a probable release date, price, or geographical availability, this smartphone may be coming soon.