The Galaxy F14, Galaxy A14 5G, and Galaxy M14 are a line-up of extremely similar smartphones that made their debut today in India. The Galaxy F14, like the other two, is powered by a 5nm Exynos 1330 chipset and features a 6.6″ 90Hz PLS Display with FullHD+ resolution. With the Galaxy F14, you have Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, while the glass type on the M and A siblings isn’t verified.
A 6,000mAh battery is featured inside the Galaxy F14, matching the Galaxy M14 but being larger than the 5,000mAh battery found inside the Galaxy A14. The maximum charging speed of the F14 is 25W, which is faster than the 15W that both of its competitors provide.
The main camera on the Samsung Galaxy F14 has a 50MP sensor and an f/1.8 aperture, while the depth sensor and the macro sensor are 2MP. This is another noticeable difference. We doubt anyone will overlook the depth sensor. A 13 MP f/2.0 selfie camera is placed on the front.
The somewhat scaled-down version of Samsung’s interface, OneUI Core 5.1, is installed on top of Android 13 on the Samsung Galaxy F14. Two significant Android upgrades and four years of security patches are promised for the phone.
Three colors—OMG Black, G.O.A.T. Green, and B.A.E. Purple—will be available for the Samsung Galaxy F14. On March 30, sales begin at noon on Samsung’s website, Flipkart, and other retail partners. The 4+128GB version will cost INR 12,990, and the 6+128GB model will cost Rs 14,490.
Is the Samsung F14 a good phone?
This specific smartphone stands out from the others due to its triple camera setup supported by a large battery life.
What is the pricing of the Samsung F45 mobile phone?
On March 30, sales begin at noon on Samsung’s website, Flipkart, and other retail partners. The 4+128GB version will cost INR 12,990, and the 6+128GB model will cost Rs 14,490.