Samsung Galaxy M14 5G spotted FCC Certification: Launch Soon

Samsung Galaxy M14 5G spotted FCC Certification: Launch Soon

Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy M04 smartphone in India last month. The Samsung Galaxy M14 5G might be the company’s next M-series smartphone. The next M-series smartphone with the model number SM-M146B/DSN has recently been discovered on the FCC certification page. Some of the important specs of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy M14 5G are revealed in the FCC certification listing.

According to the FCC filing, the forthcoming M-series smartphone will offer 25W fast charging. The Galaxy M14 5G was previously sighted on Geekbench, revealing an Exynos 1330 chipset and 4GB of RAM. Let’s look at the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G specs in more detail.

Samsung Galaxy M14 5G FCC certification listing


According to the Samsung Galaxy M14 5G FCC certification page, the device’s charging adaptor has model number EP-TA800. This is the Type-C adaptor, which supports up to 25W rapid charging and PPS. According to the listing, the charging adaptor supports USB-PD output at 15W (5V/3A) and 25W (9V/2.77A). According to the listing, the charging adaptor also offers up to 25W output with PPS support.


Aside from that, the advertisement does not offer any specifics. However, the next Galaxy M14 5G is expected to improve on its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G. Remember, the Galaxy M13 5G was released in India in July and is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 CPU. The phone has a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD display with a refresh rate of 90Hz, an Infinity V notch, and an HD+ resolution.


The Galaxy M13 5G comes with a 50MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor. It has a 5MP front-facing camera. The smartphone includes a 5000mAh battery and 15W fast charging capabilities. It weighs 195 grammes and has a fingerprint scanner on the side.

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