Galaxy A-, M- and F-series phones are pouring in, and after the cheap Galaxy A14 5G, the M14 and now the F14 built on common foundations. Such is the 6.6″ and 90 Hz FHD IPS panel with a drop-like, 13 megapixel camera and a 50 + 2 + 2 megapixel set on the back, although the third, depth-sensing part has been erased by the novelty.
The 5 nm, octa-core Exynos 1330 chip has not changed, which is quite economical in itself, and the F14, together with the M14, added 1,000 mAh to the A14’s 5,000 mAh battery. The device presented in India has a 5G and two-channel WiFi 5 modem, two nanoSIM slots, a microSD slot, a jack output and a Type-C port, and Samsung has increased the charging speed from 15 to 25 watts.
The phone running Android 13 and One UI 5.1 costs HUF 57,000 in the 4/128 GB version, which is quite friendly, although the mentioned system works much better on 6 GB, so the 6/128 it is worth paying about HUF 5,500 for packaging. The European release has not yet been discussed, but a Galaxy F model has already appeared here.