At first glance, there is no difference between the 5G-capable and the LTE-only Samsung Galaxy A14, the dimensions are the same, the display is also 6.6 inches and FHD+ resolution, but the image refresh has to be given up, only 60 Hz instead of a 90 Hz panel ran it on an LCD. There are also some changes in the field of cameras, but not significant, in addition to the 50 megapixel sensor, there is already a 5 megapixel ultra-wide, supplemented by the unnecessary third (macro), but there is no compromise on the selfie front, the 13 megapixel front unit remains.
The biggest difference is obviously the lack of 5G and the weaker chipset, which MediaTek delivered this time in the Helio G80 variety. This includes 6 GB of system memory and 128 GB of internal storage, the latter of which can be expanded up to 1 TB in a dedicated slot with two nanoSIMs in the case of the 4G model. The remaining battery is 5000 mAh, fast charging is still possible with a maximum of 15 watts, and you don’t have to give up NFC or the 3.5 mm jack either. The Samsung Galaxy A14 4G will be launched in Malaysia for the first time, at an as yet unknown price.