Samsung has learned from China how to multiply mobiles: there are three variations of the Galaxy A14 alone. Two use 5G chips (Dimensity 700 and Exynos 1330), and one uses 4G (Helio G80), and then the Galaxy M- and F-series transcripts are now arriving. THE Galaxy M14 5G it’s already running with the same 6.6″ FHD+ PLS display and drop-like 13-megapixel selfie camera that blooms on the front of the A14 5G, and the rear 50 + 2 + 2 megapixel camera set is also unchanged in normal, macro and depth-sensing roles.
The side-oriented fingerprint reader, Bluetooth 5.2, USB 2.0 transmission via Type-C port and WiFi 5 modem are also common, and the M14 5G voted for the homemade Exynos 1330 out of the three chipsets. Actually, the only significant change is the increased battery size from 5000 to 6000 mAh, and the weight of the device also increased by only 4 grams from 202 to 206 grams. Let’s say that with this power, the A14 5G could also have started with such a large battery. The Galaxy M14 5G runs Android 13 and One UI 5.0, with a few years of guaranteed software updates and can be placed in the 4/64 GB version for HUF 80,000.
THE Galaxy F14 5G for the time being, it remained behind the scenes, but MyFixGuide fished it out from a line of Google code Galaxy M14x working title, which strongly suggests that it will be a simple copy of the Galaxy M14 5G, which is a variation of the Galaxy A14 5G. Samsung doesn’t necessarily need so many phones in a single price range, but as long as the update situation is as good as it is now, there can be no particular complaints about the large portfolio, fiddling with components or rebranding.