A well-known good has published renders of the not yet published Samsung Galaxy A14. As a result, we already have a good idea of the affordable device, which is very similar to its predecessor.
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Renders Samsung Galaxy A14 leaked
Earlier this week, the well-known telecom tasty OnLeaks already images of the Samsung Galaxy S23 (Plus) and S23 Ultra. Now it is the turn of a much cheaper device. Renders of the Samsung Galaxy A14 have also appeared.
The successor of the Galaxy A13 is quite similar to its older brother. We again see a fairly solid chin at the bottom of the screen, which gives an old-fashioned impression. The camera is not in a hole, but in a small notch. According to the images, it would have a slightly different U-shape this time.
On the back we find three lenses. That is one less than on the A13. Still, that could be good news, because perhaps Samsung will opt for better quality cameras. The moderate macro and depth sensors on the A13 were of little use.
Thanks to these renders, we have a good picture of the Samsung Galaxy A14, but little is known about specifications such as the processor. According to OnLeaks, the device would in any case have a large 6.8-inch screen. That is a bit bigger than the 6.6-inch display of the A13.
Presumably, the smartphone will also retain its headphone jack and the fingerprint scanner will be located in the on/off button. It is obvious that there will be another variant with 5G, but that is not yet certain.
Release next year
Samsung will probably launch the Galaxy A14 at the beginning of 2023. The device will in any case appear in black, but we think that Samsung will also offer other colors. The cheapest version of the A13 was sold for 189 euros. The A14 will probably also have a suggested retail price of around 200 euros.
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Source: Android Planet by www.androidplanet.nl.
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