Samsung released the Galaxy A14 (in LTE and 5G variants) earlier this year, and today it also brought the Galaxy M14. The Korean maker is also lining up a Galaxy F14 5G version, which is another very close relative to the smartphones mentioned above.
The device with model number m14x was spotted on Google Play Console with Exynos 1330 and 6GB RAM - both shared with the Galaxy A14 and M14 phones.
The Galaxy F14 5G will ship with Android 13 out of the box, and the screen will have Full HD+ resolution. The diagonal is not mentioned, but we can easily assume it will be a 6.6” LCD with 90Hz as its two siblings.
The phone with model numbers SM-E146B and SM-M146B was previously certified with a 5,830 mAh minimal battery capacity, meaning it could launch with a typical 6,000 mAh charge, leaning towards the assumption Galaxy F14 is nothing more than a Galaxy M14 for different markets. We’ll know for sure when it goes official, which can't be long now.
Correct 👍. Exynos 1330 on budget priced A14 5g actually beats Exynos 1280 which is on A53 5g costing twice as much. This is good news for Europe & India (USA model has inferior Dimensity 700). GeekBench 5 score, Single-core is: 747 on both Exynos...
Samsung should remove its M and F series and only stick with A series for the midrange segment.
Exynos 1330 is probably the most underrated chipset, like it can comparable to dimensity 900 or the exynos 1280 of a53 and a33 but because it’s exynos, people just say things like this