Samsung is one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies, which is also interested in chip production and design, so it has its own chips in the high-end (Exynos 2200, Galaxy S22) and mid-range (Exynos 1280, Galaxy A53 5G). However, to put it mildly, the reception of some chips was not cloudless, and especially this year’s S22 top models intended for Europe struggled with the unbridled performance and consumption of the Exynos 2200, which the manufacturer fixed in a few months anyway.
This could be the Samsung Galaxy A14. (source: OnLeaks / GizNext) [+]
According to the current situation, Samsung is throwing home iron in exchange for a special edition of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in the case of flagships, in all markets, which, of course, the brand has not confirmed. We also hear from a spy source that there are at least two candidates for the Exynos 1330 chip awaiting announcement – the Galaxy A14 5G and the M14 5G anyway, it probably rests on common foundations. Now, these two models failed the Geekbench test with modest but respectable single- and multi-threaded results.
Galaxy A14 5G and M14 5G Geekbench visit (source: SamMobile) [+]
According to the online table, the Exynos 1330 octa-core chip with two 2.4 GHz performance cores and six 2 GHz more economical units, and an unknown configuration of the Mali-G68 GPU. The SM-A146B and that SM-M146B code-named phone with Android 13 system and 4 GB RAM was visited for testing, and regarding the A14 5G, the spy sources heard about a 6.8″ IPS LCD panel, FHD resolution, 13 megapixel selfie camera, 50 megapixel main unit and 5000 mAh battery.